2014 World Cup: Asamoah Gyan plays down unrest in camp ahead of Portugal clash
Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan has squashed reports that the players are not co-operating with officials as a result of the unpaid appearance fees.
Reports emerged that the team failed to train on Tuesday and refused to travel from their camp base to Brasilia for their final match against Portugal.
Ghana President John Mahama intervened and airlifted US$ 3 million to pay the players and officials.
But captain of the side Gyan says reports of chaos in camp by certain media houses are wide off the mark.
“I can tell you that camp is all focused and we are looking forward to winning against Portugal,” the Al Ain striker told Africanfootball.com
‘We had meetings but it’s natural that when you are in camp you have meetings from time to time to find out if everybody is okay.”
Ghana need a win against Portugal to and hope USA or Germany win by a huge margin for them to qualify.