Head coach of Ghana’s Under 17 male football team, Samuel Paa Kwesi Fabin has revealed that he has been constantly tempted with bribes with the highest being an offer of $5,000 but he declined all such offers.
In an interview with Accra-based Happy FM, coach Fabin disclosed that he was constantly approached by player managers, agents and club officials to get their players into the national team which I declined on all occasion.
“I have been constantly approached by player managers, agents and club officials to get their players into the national team. In fact the highest amount I have been tempted with as bribe is $5,000. I always say that I will not take bribes to discharge my duty so despite the several attempts to bribe me, I never fell foul.” Paa Kwesi Fabin told Happy FM.
Samuel Fabin led the team to the quarter final stage of the 2017 U17 FIFA World Cup in India.
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