Found April 21, 2013 on Ghanasoccernet:
PLAYERS: Stephen Appiah
Mohammed Gargo Ex-Ghana midfielder Mohammed Gargo has made an astonishing claim that he is among three players who were asked to pay bribes for their inclusion in the Black Stars 2006 World Cup squad.  The ex-Serie A player said he along with Sam Johnson and Augustine Arhinful could have played for the Black Stars at the tournament in Germany but for their refusal to pay monies to some persons. But Gargo admits that the Ghana Football Association (GFA) or the then Black Stars technical team had no knowledge of the bribe demanded by the faceless individuals. The former Udinese player made the claim on Saturday, SEVEN YEARS after the tournament was played in Germany. Gargo as well as Arhinful and Johnson were not on the periphery of the Black Stars squad at the time as the likes of Stephen Appiah, Michael Essien and Sulley Muntari were the country’s leading players. Despite not being part of the Black Stars then, Gargo claims they were contacted by some individuals to pay money to be ...
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