Goran Gives GFA Two Weeks Ultimatum To Pay All His Wages

After being virtually hounded of the Ghana job, former Black Stars boss Goran Stevanovic has issued an ultimatum to the Ghana FA for payment of his outstanding wages. Through his legal rep in Ghana, the Serbian has given his ex-employers 14-days settle all money issues due him. Failure to do so, he says, will see the matter going to FIFA. The letter, among other things, said: "We want to make it clear that we won�t accept your proposal for three months salary payoff, we stand by our proposal of twenty-four months salary payoff and the remaining hundred thousand Euros for sign on fee. �We ask you to make payment to his account within 14 days else we will take the matter to Fifa for final judgment." Goran Stevanovic was sacked from his job, which he had occupied since January 2011, last Monday. The 45 year old has had a frosty time in the month after returning from the African Cup. He was earning 30,000 Euros a month. At the moment, the Ghana FA has asked Kwesi Appiah, who assisted the Serbian, to handle the team while a new boss is sought.