Head coach of Karela United FC Johnson Smith has outlined what Ghanaian Club owners must do to keep the players on the local parlance.
The confident speaking tactician urged clubs to motivate the home based players to sustain the quality in the league with player nomadism taken a worst upsurge.
Speaking on Nimde3 95.1 FM, the tough talking manager revealed that players will stay if the right motivation comes their way.
“Ghana football will improve if the clubs motivate the players well”
“They shouldn’t be doing it in a single, the clubs should spread the monies given to them in a crucial matches to all the matches”, Johnson Smith advised club owners.
A survey on the average salary of the Ghanaian home based footbaler revealed that some clubs pay as little as $50 per month with the highest paying clubs averaging just a little over $300.
Karela FC have a date with Kumasi Asante Kotoko in a Special competition Tier 1 finals on Sunday at the Accra Sports Stadium with an eye on the ultimate glory at the Tier 1.
By : Gbordzor Promise