Black Stars coach Avram Grant has expressed worry over the limited time handed some Ghanaian players plying their trade on foreign land.
The Israeli trainer therefore proposed a system that would ensure that Ghanaian players move to clubs where they would get regular playing time.
Coach Grant, tasked to monitor players both in the domestic league and outside, was worried the trend could have a telling effect on his game plan and the Ghana team in future.
He revealed after the two-week vacation in his country that he was keeping a close watch on Ghanaian players and would give equal opportunity to every player.
Grant said after watching Liberty Professionals against Bechem United that ‘I think for this moment, I am analyzing the situation because few players are playing and others are not playing at all.
‘We need to think about the system that players from our team go to clubs that will let them play and not think about contracts and other things.
‘I am still monitoring and those that are playing are playing very well and even better than the performance in the Nations Cup. This is our target – we want all the players to be active.’
Meanwhile, coach Grant has travelled to Senegal to augment the technical bench of the national U-20 national soccer side the Black Satellites, who are engaged in the 2015 African Youth Championship (AYC).
By Kofi Owusu Aduonum
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