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GFA Charged To Put Proper Measures For Local Players To Motivate Them To Stay

Former Accra Hearts of Oak striker Prince Tagoe has charged members of the football governing body to put measures that will yield to the benefit of local players and will help solve perennial player exodus. He advocates for the replication of system put in place in Cameroon.

“What Eto’o has done by raising the salary range we can also do same. Previously players established themselves in Ghana before they move out. We have to look for every angle and push this.” He said on Angel TV. 

In Cameroon, President of the football association Samuel Eto’o has been embarking on series of measures to ensure local players are treated well to curb player exodus.

For many years, stakeholders have been holding discussions on how to curb player departure at the end of every season. Cogent ideas have been put forward but that menace is far from over. 

Last season, top scorer of the domestic league Diawisie Taylor exited the scene at the end of the season. Before his departure, some notable names have already said goodbye to the league and that appears to be happening now.

It is not known if officials will have a practical policy in place before the commencement of the new season.

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