The cash controversy that disrupted Ghana's 2014 World Cup is set to be made into a film where 'someone like Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson' saves the day by delivering money to the unhappy players in Brazil.
The Ghana squad, including former Chelsea midfielder Michael Essien, were close to boycotting their final Group G match against Portugal over a row about appearance money.
Ghana President John Dramani Mahama intervened by flying in £1.8million in cash to pay the team the night before their clash with Portugal and Bugeater Films, an American production company, have decided to turn the dispute into a movie.
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