Sports News of Tuesday, 27 November 2018
Black Stars B coach Maxwell Konadu has stated the need to have active football back in the country.
The former Asante Kotoko gaffer led the Black Stars B for a friendly in Namibia which Ghana lost 4-1 on penalties after playing 1-1 in regulation time.
The soft-spoken coach believes not playing active football in the country is affecting the locally based players.
“We need to play football, we need to play our league and all the domestic competitions because the boys are just there doing nothing,” he said
“We have some very good players at home but because their teams are not active we couldn’t involve them in this exercise so we plead with the authorities to ensure we play football as soon as possible.”
Ghana Football is been managed by a Normalisation Committee set up by FIFA after the erstwhile football association executive committee was disbanded due to an expose into football corruption in Ghana.