By John Kwesi Arthur
Football Writer, kick442.com-Ghana
Former Ghanaian international and assistant coach of Elmina Sharks Felix Aboagye has advised the Ghanaian footballers and the youth in general to develop the habit of investment and savings during their active times.
In his interaction with his followers on Facebook dubbed “ask me questions and let me answer them professionally,” he was asked for advice for the upcoming footballers on the culture of saving.
Coach Aboagye took the opportunity to encourage footballers and the youth in general to develop the culture of savings since life after football is very difficult.
“Life after football is the most difficult part of every footballers career and therefore you must sacrifice as much as possible during this time that you are actively playing and go into investment ventures.
Since you can’t play actively throughout your life, it’s a must you begin setting up some business for you to be able to make ends meet after the darker days of your career”. He said
Former Al Ahly and Zamalek attacker added that footballers should not waste money and think that money will come the following season.
“Don’t waste money along the way and be saying that money will come in the next year or season.
You never knew what every year might bring, start saving now.” He pushed harder.
Coach Felix Ahmed Aboagye spent most of his professional career on the Arab land is currently the Assistant coach of Elmina Sharks.
He represented Ghana on 26 occasions, scored 10 goals and appeared in two AFCON tournaments plus the 1996 Olympic games within six years in the National team.
He also played for 14 clubs across the world in a 17 year career.
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