Sporting activities News of Tuesday, 15 September 2020
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Various Ghanaian gamers who participate in for golf equipment overseas are disinterested in playing for the countrywide team for the reason that of juju and other damaging tendencies, a Ghana FA official has exposed.
George Amoako, a GFA Executive Council Member has disclosed that, most of the Ghanaian gamers in Europe are unwilling to play for Ghana thanks to particular perceptions and extensive-held notions about Ghana and African football.
Ghana has a background of convincing Ghanaian gamers born and/or raised overseas to switch allegiance and participate in for the Black Stars.
The scenarios of Quincy Owusu Abeyie, Emmanuel Frimpong, Kevin Prince Boateng, Akwasi Appiah between others are very clear illustrations.
With the Ghana FA continue to participating present-day lively gamers about this kind of a swap, George Amoako has unveiled the frustrations that the National group officers have encountered in their attempts.
In an job interview with Kumasi based Nhyira FM, the Black Stars management committee Chairman disclosed that, these gamers are not much too confident about actively playing for Ghana simply because of some erroneous perceptions that need to be corrected.
“There are a ton of perceptions about how Ghanaian footballers perform the match,” Amoako informed Nhyira FM.
“Destructive tendencies in the activity, individuals who intentionally want to injure you and cut shorter your career.
“Then the standard unending speculations, in particular about Ghanaian players employing juju to engage in soccer.
“Even individuals who have been elevated here and go to Europe to engage in there, most of them because of juju really don’t want to enjoy for Ghana.
“Its a very huge problem we are striving to unravel and make proper,” he concluded.
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