By John Kwesi Arthur
Football Writer, -Ghana

Benjamin Tweneboah has told the management of Elmina Sharks he will move on if they decide to delay him in given him a new contract.
In an interview with Don Summer of Kumasi based Angel FM three days ago, the 25 year old midfielder revealed that his contract expired on 14th of last month but the management of the club has not told him anything.
‘My contract with them expired on the 14th of this Month but I have not heard anything from them. I have been training with them in order not to lose form’.
‘They may think they want to delay me but before they realize, it’s too late for them because my manager is working on other deals so am waiting for him. ‘He said
Benjamin Tweneboah joined the club from “Young Chelsea”, a second division side in Kumasi in 2014 and helped them secure their first ever premier league slot three seasons ago.
Barely a month to the start of 2019/2020 league season, the first choice goalkeeper of the team just bid them farewell.


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