By John Kwesi Arthur
The general manager of Ghanaian Premier League Club, West African Football Academy (WAFA) Mr. George Ofosuhene has added his voice to the ongoing discourse about the player pay cut during this error of the corona virus outbreak.
In his interview with Cape Coast based Yes FM, Mr. Ofosuhene explained that the economic situation in the country is not favourable so cutting the players pay will affect them immensely.
He explained further that the hardships have not come only on the club administrators but the general public including the players and this is even when they need the full salaries for survival.
“The foreign clubs and their players have what it takes to cope with the pay cut but the current situation in our local football is going to make it very difficult for players to accept pay cut.
The lockdown has already affected players and ordinary citizens economically therefore accepting pay cut is going to make lives worse for the players.” He said
Ghana football activities have been halted due to the outbreak of the corona virus.
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