VORSAH GETS INTO MILO'S BAD BOOKS Two fringe Black Stars players risk losing their places in the national team in future after failing to report for this month's international assignments against Lesotho and South Africa.
The Ghana Football Association (GFA) is furious over the intransigence of midfielders Isaac Vorsah and Moussa Narry and has reported the duo to their clubs in Germany and France respectively.
TSG Hoffenheim's Isaac Vorsah was spotted in Accra days before the Black Stars played the Bafana Bafana in Blomfontein but didn't join squad.
Moussa Narry's Auxerre have been informed of the truancy of their player who was in Accra for the joint 2010 qualifier against Lesotho in Sekondi.
The 23-year-old is reported to have opted out of the tie because he failed recoup the US$400 travelling expenses he incurred when he travelled to the pre-Nations Cuip camp in Dubai.
Narry's decision to snub the Black Stars stunned the football authorities as he stood to have gained US$8,000, the team's bonus after their win over Lesotho.
The GFA had assured Narry that his US$400 bill would be settled after the game in Sekondi but he opted not to turn up which has infuriated the authorities.
"The issue here is that they were released by his club to play for us and failed he turn up," chairman of the Black Stars management committee Fred Pappoe told Ghanasoccernet.com
The management committee is yet to meet with the technical team to decide the fate of the two players.
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