Muntari Tagoe has urged Ghanaian professional footballers to speak with one voice as they demand improved treatment from the country's club owners.
The former Medeama SC and Asante Kotoko goalkeeper was part of the twenty-one Ghanaian footballers who were stranded in Ethiopia after the football season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Players have been moving out of the country over the years due to poor player welfare and mismanagemnet of players by club owners.
“Fellow Ghanaian footballers (Male & Female) Let’s all speak one language for our welfare and the betterment of our football,” Muntari Tagoe tweeted.
See the tweet below
Fellow Ghanaian footballers (Male & Female)Let’s all speak one language for our welfare and the betterment of our football #Respectforourlocalplayers @karimsadat_gh @ClubConsultAfr @AnthonyBaffoe @fataud1 @PFAGofficial @ghanafaofficial @Reuben_Ayarna @EricDonkor_31 @SBobor1 pic.twitter.com/ZY6TfF7AId
— Muntari Tagoe (@MuntariTagoe) September 14, 2020