Frustrated Aduana Stars defender Caleb Amankwah has revealed that players of the club have not received their salaries for four months.
Amankwah revealed the situation to Kumasi-based radio station Nhyira FM.
“We are without salary for four months now,” Amankwah told Nhyira FM.
The 21-year-old further added that he looks to turns to his father for financial support.
”I now depend on my father for a living. We the players of Aduana Stars don’t know when we are reporting to camp,” he said.
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The pacey defender joined the Ogya Boys from Sogakope-based WAFA SC in the 2017/2018 league season.
Ghanaian local football is suspended after the scandalous revelations of the Anas documentary that exposed several top football officials on camera allegedly receiving cash to influence the game.
The resumption of the Ghanaian Premier League is still subject to the deliberations of the Normalisation Committee (NC).