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Hearts, Kotoko, three other clubs to share over $500,000 in 2022 World Cup benefits bonanza

Five Ghanaian clubs are set to gain for contributing players to the Black Stars effort at the 2022 World Cup to the tune of more than $560,000.

According to the information that has been made available, Fifa will reveal the specifics of how much each of the 837 players who competed in Qatar 2022 will earn for their respective clubs on Thursday morning.

Hearts of Oak, Asante Kotoko, Steadfast FC, King Faisal, and Dreams FC are the five Ghanaian clubs who will be awarded for their efforts as a result of this.

Hearts, Kotoko, three other clubs to share over $500,000 in 2022 World Cup benefits bonanza

According to Joy Sports’s information, Hearts will have the most, followed by Asante Kotoko and Steadfast FC. The total for both King Faisal and Dreams FC will be the same.

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It is important to remember that the news was revealed several months before the World Cup that every player who competed in the worldwide competition would receive $10,000 for every day that they spent officially in Qatar.

The report, the findings of which have not yet been made public, indicate that the actual amount will be $10,950.

The funds will initially be distributed to each of the member associations, and then they will be transferred to the beneficiary club.

This endeavor is to blame for the numerous appeals made by various segments of the Ghanaian football community for the eventual inclusion of players who were competing in the domestic divisions at the time the final World Cup team was announced by the coach at the time, Otto Addo.

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Because of their extended participation in the championship tournament, during which they advanced all the way to the semifinals, Morocco was the African nation that was given the second largest allotment. They are going to receive more than 1.43 million dollars, which will be distributed between Raja Casablanca and Wydad Athletic.

In addition, Tunisia, which had five local clubs contribute players, will receive slightly more than $1.49 million, which is the most for any African nation.

Al Ahly and Zamalek of Egypt, together with three clubs from Cameroon, will divide up somewhat more than $400,000 among themselves.

The only local club in Senegal to contribute to the campaign was Generation Foot, and the country will receive close to $20,000 as a result.

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