Assistant coach of the Black Stars, Maxwell Konadu, has advised premier league clubs in the country to consider recruiting players from the lower division clubs than to look elsewhere.
The man who recently led the local Black Stars to lift the West African Football Union (WAFU) cup believes there are more quality players in the lower division cubs.
“I believe that these teams, if their management and staff had watch the matches in the second and first division, they would have seen quality players,” he said on Onua FM.
He added: “For me I got the opportunity to watch most of the matches in the first division. There are players in the first division who are better than the current squad of the various clubs.
“Ghanaian clubs should not look beyond Ghana; they are better players in the lower leagues”.
Konadu also underscored the need to support African counties that have qualified for to represent the continent in the 2018 FIFA World cup tournament to be held in Russia.
“We have to support any country that will represent Africa in the World Cup tournament. Any of them who will qualify from the group stage at the world cup should be supported. Africa teams must make an impact, if we make impact, FIFA can increase the slot given to African nations at the world stage”.
By Samuel Amoesi|Onua FM|3news.com|Ghana