By John Kwesi Arthur
Football Writer, kick442.com-Ghana
The formidable defender of Sea Lions Blessing Shine Agbomadzi has called on government and other stakeholders to provide assistance to women footballers.
According to the Black Princesses center back, they play the same game as their male counterparts but they are least recognized.
“I will plead with the government and the stakeholders to help Women’s football and the players especially.
We all play on the same field, the same ball with the same duration so it will be good for the government to concentrate on the female footballers too.” Blessing told Alpha Radio.
About the treatment at camp towards national duties, Blessing said there has been massive improvement since the new FA president Kurt Okraku took over.
“I will applaud the new FA boss for the good treatment during our stay in camp at Prampram when we were preparing for our qualifiers.
He has not been long in office but looking at his gestures on women football, I think he will help in improving women’s football in the country.” She added.
When asked about the situation at her club, she said they have been receiving their salaries promptly and there has not been any discussion on any pay cut.
We the players of Sea Lions FC receive our salaries on time and I can tell you there is nothing like negotiation on pay cut at Sea Lions.” she concluded.
All rights reserved. This material and any other digital content on this platform may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, written or distributed in full or in part, without written permission from our management.
This site is not responsible for the content displayed by external sites