Previous Hearts of Oak and Black Stars defender, Dan Quaye has made light of the disparagement of Ghanaian players lately.
He said players drinking liquor and smoking after games isn't a wrongdoing.
As per Dan Quaye, this training is a standard all around the world hence it is confusing that it is trashed exclusively in Ghana.
He said drinking and smoking are customary things players in Europe take part in to commend an accomplishment or recover energy.
"Drinking and smoking are wherever in the realm of football. In Germany, Spain, England and different nations, players take cups of lager to recapture lost energy after a game, others smoke as an indication of pleasure after a game dominate," the ex-Great Olympic player said on Agyenkwa FM, 101.9.
The previous Great Olympics player said it was a standard for him to take a jug of liquor after their triumphs over rivals Asante Kotoko. He noticed that Ghanaians should quit regarding drinking and smoking as a deplorable wrongdoings for players.
"It's just in our country that when a player is seen drinking then, at that point, it's an untouchable and besides become a major news in the general population"
"In my playing days, I used to drink a container of Guinness. At the point when we dominate a match, it's one minute to feel cheerful."
"In any event, when we beat Kotoko to win the super cup, I smashed one container of Guinness after the game''.
Dan Quaye was answering remarks by Hearts of Oak board part Dr Nyaho-Tamakloe that a portion of their players smoke and drink before games.
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