By John Kwesi Arthur
Football Writer, kick442.com-Ghana
Coach Eddie Williams has revealed that the handlers of women’s teams, both at the club levels and the national teams handle all sort of attitudes in camp professionally especially, with lesbians.
In his interaction with Cape Coast based Kingdom FM, the former Black Maidens and Black Queens goalkeepers trainer disclosed that they meet different characters in camp during national assignment and club levels with some of the girls being lesbians but there are many strategies they use to contain them.
He believes players come from different background with different characters and it is the duty of the handlers to manage them to get what they want from them.
“We meet some lesbians in camp but we try to handle them professionally.
Footballers come from different backgrounds with different characters and attitudes and it is the responsibility of the coaches to handle them to get what you want from them.” Coach Eddie Williams.
He cited few instances where they managed to identify some of the lesbians during national assignment.
“There was a time when a player faked injury during training and was asked to go and rest.
We asked an official to go and check on her and we realized she was going to the partner who was sick and could not go for training.
There are many situations we identify but we deal with them to make sure we don’t embarrass such player.” He added
The former Sea Lions gaffer who is a fire officer is currently managing his male football academy in Cape Coast.
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