Midfielder Isaac Nii Kwei has revealed that the constant sex demands from women in Thailand is destroying talented Ghanaian players who are struggling to get clubs in the Asian country.
The Ghanaian player says most of his fellow Ghanaian football players with him in the Kingdom of Thailand are exchanging sex for money with Thai women to survive.
This comes after the revelation that several talented players who have left the local top-flight to play in Thailand have been left stranded by bogus agents who have left them to fend for themselves in Thailand.
This means the players have to resort to sleeping with Thai women to earn a living to be able to survive after being neglected by the clubs or agents who invited them to the country.
Ex-Hearts of Oak striker Abdul Samad Okocha and Stephen Offei are among some of the top players who have been caught in this mess after being neglected by fake agents.
Nii Kwei, who plays for Ayutthaya FC, says Thai women constant demand for sex from these struggling footballers is destroying the talent in some of the Ghanaian footballers.
“This is my first season in the country [Thailand] after an agent lured me here. He gave me a lot of promises but when I arrived, it proved an empty one so I had to struggle to survive,” Nikwei told Nkoranza-based Akyeaa FM.
“Life is not easy here, I play for my team only if the place is safe because my working permit has expired. Many players are into a lot of ungodly acts just to find their feet, some of whom are Ghanaians.
"They cannot return home because they are not financially sound. Some have now resorted to dealing in illegal drugs while others live with local women.
“These women like sex a lot so you will have to satisfy them every day before they will help you. We are going through hell-like situations just because of football.
"Players like Abdul Samed ‘Okocha’ and Stephen Offei are here without a club and it pains me how these talented players are going through situations like this.
"I will advise the young ones not to hastily move from Ghana to play in Asia.
“They should make sure all their documents are intact to prevent frustrations,” the disturbed Ghanaian player advised.
Ayutthaya FC are currently lying 11th on the Thai First Division League log with 32 points, two points above safety
Some amateur African players who leave Africa for Thailand have complained in the past that bureaucratic nature in Procuring Thai residential permit is making life difficult for African players in the country.
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