Sports activities News of Wednesday, 23 September 2020
Ghanaian footballers have been recommended to set their monies to good use in get not to be victims of the proverbial ‘riches to rags’ phrase.
Kwasi Appiah, a former mentor of the Black Stars has despatched a term of warning to active footballers not to repeat the faults of some previous footballers who turned destitute following hanging their boots.
Appiah urged the gamers to look at life following soccer in any conclusion they make.
Kwasi Appiah claimed through his time as head coach of the Black Stars he continually reminded the players of the want to spend in profitable tasks that will sustain them immediately after retirement.
“When we had been in camp I was advising the young ones. It is critical that as they are participating in they really should not make the faults that a whole lot of footballers make.
“It is significant that they consider to set up some expense now rather of buying cars and properties. If they can do this they will reside endlessly in contentment.,” he disclosed in an job interview with Betty Yawson.
Appiah, by virtue of his basis which focuses on strengthening the lives of Ghana’s retired stars, is very best-placed to communicate on these issues.
In excess of the yrs, he has with help from some company institutions donated monies and goods to some retired countrywide stars.
Throughout his time as Black Stars mentor, Kwasi Appiah also focused a share of his month-to-month income to the effectively-remaining of the ex-footballers.
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