Mamani Lawali's agent, Samuel Joel Atolagbe says Building a complex without paying attention to your players is useless.
In an interview with Otec 102.9 FM Samuel Joel indicated that, Hearts of Oak own his client $10,000 which they've not pay yet fail to pay 2,400gh hospital bills. He further indicated that any rich man who can not pay 2,400gh is not a rich man.
"Hearts of Oak owes my client $10,000 and also the player has been injured for 9 weeks. The player doesn't have insurance and the club has failed to pay 2,400gh as his hospital bills," Joel Atolagbe told OTEC FM
"Any rich man that cannot pay 2,400gh as a player's hospital bills is not a rich man but artificial."
" Anybody can borrow money from the bank to build an academy and that doesn't show that you have money."
" It is useless to build a multi-million dollar academy without paying attention to your player" He added concluded.
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