Kotoko defender Abeiku Ainooson has revealed the delay of the Ghana Premier League has massively hits his pocket and rendered the rest of his colleagues financially broken.
The former New Edubiase strong centre-back has made a chilling revelation about how he and his colleagues are struggling to survive in Ghana’s second largest city, Kumasi, following the uncertainty surrounding the start of the Ghanaian top-tier.
He claims he is struggling to put food on the table and forcing his other colleagues to battle for their lives due to the current financial predicaments.
“Since the league ended in June it hasn’t been easy for us because we have not been playing matches so it is also affecting our form and finances”. he is quoted by Kumasi-based Métro FM
“I am unable to respond to my brothers when they ask for money. I have even asked My old lady to make mobile money for me”.
Ainooson public outcry is a damning verdict on poor state of the Ghanaian top-flight where players are poorly remunerated.
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