Former New Edubiase Football Club (FC) midfielder, Abraham Asiedu Attobrah has emphasized the need for clubs in the country to invest in talented players.
Speaking to Ashaiman TV, the former Ghana U-20 offensive midfielder has indicated that the level of play in the Premier League has taken a nosedive.
According to him, he watched Hearts of Oak’s Super Clash with Asante Kotoko before the football season was suspended and was not impressed by the level of play he witnessed.
He is, therefore, urging club administrators of the various teams to pay attention to making investments into players with talent rather than signing raw players who will not add quality to the team.
â€œI watched the Hearts vs Kotoko game in Accra before the Covid-19. I did not see any quality football in that game. It was only Mudasiru who impressed me, it is so unfortunate he got injured and was replaced.
â€œIn Ghana, our game is all about talent. Our club management and administrators must help players with talent. They should spend on players with talent, not raw playersâ€, the midfielder said.
Asiedu Attobrah, 24, is a former player for Ashanti Gold SC and is relishing playing for any of the Ghanaian giants after ending his stint with Iraqi side Al-Shorta.