Sports News of Saturday, 16 January 2016
Alanyaspor defender Nuru Sulley says the dismissal of high profile and committed players by the former club is completely out of place.
The former Local Black Stars centre-half has expressed his vexation on his former club (Hearts of Oak) following their decision to axe some high profile players from their side.
Emmanuel Hayford, Kofi Abanga, Gilbert Fiamenyoh, and Isaac Oduru were some of the players who have been shown the exit by the Ghanaian giants-a decision which did not go down well with their ex-team-mate Nuru Sulley.
Speaking to footballmadeinghana.com in an exclusive interview from his base in Turkey, the rough-tackling guardsman feels his former club should start rescinding their decision and try to bring in top-notch players to blend with the old charges.
“It’s inappropriate to be sacking your experienced and committed players.” the 23-year-old fumed.
“How do you expect to be getting good results when you do away with your key players? Definitely, you will continue encountering problems because bringing in new players who are yet to establish themselves at the top level will have to pass through a lot.”
“It’s high time they reconsider their decision on their committed players and try to bring in some top quality players to blend with the old ones,” he pointed out.
Nuru Sulley joined his Turkish second-tier side Alanyaspor on a three-year deal as a free agent last season.