Vice Chairperson of the Ghana Women’s Premier League, Madam Rosalind Amoh, has strongly criticised former Black Queens goalkeeper Memunatu Salemana for attributing her current situation to earning meagre wages during her football career.
In an interview with Original TV, Memunatu Sulemana disclosed that she is currently residing in a kiosk in Kaneshie, Accra, due to financial challenges stemming from her football career.
However, Rosalind Amoh contends that Sulemana’s current circumstances are a result of her own life choices and behavior.
Speaking to Rainbow Radio, Amoh stated that Sulemana has made false claims and insinuated that there are undisclosed truths she could unveil.
“I didn’t want to bring it up, but I believe Sulemana’s current situation is the result of some life decisions and choices.” This is what will happen if you decide to live your life in a certain way and do not listen to advice.
“I’d be lying if I said Sulemana couldn’t make money while playing; aside from the amount the government gave to the players during the 1999 World Cup, she also made a lot of money from donations as a result of her exploits in the national team.”
“She had the chance to live outside of Ghana, but her life choices, which I won’t discuss, have gotten her to that position.”
Sulemana was a member of the Black Queen’s FIFA World Cup teams in 1999, 2003, and 2003.
She shared the stage alongside footballers like Adjoa Bayor, Alerta Sackey, and Mercy Tagoe Quarcoo. She also played club football for Post Ladies in Ghana and Pelican Stars in Nigeria’s Women’s Premier League.