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Ex-Berekum Chelsea chief Oduro Sarfo lashes out at 'lazy' clubs for failing to attract sponsorships

Published on: 08 July 2016

Ex-Berekum Chelsea chief Nana Oduro Sarfo has launched scathing attack on Ghanaian clubs, labelling them as 'lazy' following regular withdrawal threats over financial constraints. 

Techiman City and New Edubiase have threatened to pull the plugs on their involvement in the top-flight over financial difficulties.

The Ghana has been embroiled in a blame game with clubs over the latest stand-off as the harsh economic conditions continue to bite.

But former Berekum Chelsea director Nana Oduro Sarfo has lashed out at the club for their 'lazy' attitude in securing their own sponsorship.

"Our clubs in the league are lazy that they can't seek for their own sponsorship" he told Light FM

"They should not rely on the Ghana Football Association.

"The league clubs need to brand themselves well for corporate bodies to come to their aid."

The top-flight is without a headline sponsor, after Capital Bank cancelled last January their $2 million per-season sponsorship package.


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