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Sports Ministry did not treat the Maidens fairly – Oduro Nyarko

Black Maidens Team Vice Chairman of the Black Maidens Management Committee Samuel Oduro Nyarko says the Sports Ministry treated the national under-17 women’s football team unfairly by paying up qualification bonuses to the Black Princesses and the Black Queens, when his side was the first to qualify for the Costa Rica 2014 FIFA Under-17 Women’s World Cup in February this year. The Black Maidens players, who finished in the quarter finals of the Costa Rica 2014 tournament, are owed US$6000 each in qualification bonuses after defeating Equatorial Guinea over two legs to book a place at the global soccer fiesta. Oduro Nyarko » Read More

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