Ex-Ghana Coach Milovan
It is fair to say that Ghana regularly dispenses with its national coaches at the turn of this generation with the Black Stars having welcomed 13 in the past 15 years.
The impacts they leave, and the tangible successes they chalked have been varying. But nothing has generated so much fuss about the hiring and sacking of these tacticians than their financial earnings.
To generally speculate, and or obtain confidential documents of these financial figures, and its praxis as a touchstone for performance appraisal has become a commonplace in the media.
However, there has never been a heightened interest and broad-ranging criticism of any Ghana national team manager’s salary like it was with Avram Grant, the immediate past trainer of the Stars.
The Israeli was at least $50,000 richer by the coda of every month.