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COVID-19: I'm broke- Techiman City coach Stephen Abugri cries 

Published on: 12 June 2020

 

Techiman City Football Club head coach, Stephen Abugri says the absence of football due to the coronavirus pandemic has affected him financially.

The Covid-19 has affected clubs financially as their major streams of income has been halted due to the absence of football.

Some Club administrators have confirmed struggling to pay salaries and wages amid the pandemic as their business have been affected.

According to the head coach of the division one side, he is broke and his situation is similar to that of his other colleagues who have been inactive for the past three months due to the suspension.

“The effect of the COVID-19 is very negative on everything especially on me. In fact, I am very hot and broke because in Ghana here, "No Coaching No Salary". I know all the other coaches are hot but I am very broke”, he told Nkunim FM.

The National Division One League which commenced in January this year had to be suspended due to the pandemic.

The Ghana FA is engaging it, stakeholders, on the future of the season due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The Ghana FA has announced it will make a decision on June 30.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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