Captain for Eleven Wise Sporting Club, Nathaniel Ansah, has blamed the club’s failure to secure a place in the Ghana Premier League on the “carelessness” of their management.
He said management’s refusal to pay attention to the progress of the club led to their to relegation.
Speaking on Connect Fm’s Sports Avenue, Capt. Ansah indicated that the club lacks support from management, something he said makes the players feel unwelcome.
He said only 16 players trained for the whole season instead of 32 due to the lack of football boots.
Some of the player, he said, even refused to come to the field to train because of financial constraint and when they complain the IMC does not bother to do anything about it.
“I am very disappointed in the IMC for neglecting the needs of the club,” he said, noting “the IMC do not even pick our calls to listen to our plights and this is very disheartening”.
Captain Ansah maintained that he is currently training at home but willing to play for the team anytime management calls on him to play for the team again but that will be on a negotiable term.
By Alfred Takyi Mensah|Connect FM|3news.com|Ghana