Former Black Queens sharp-shooter and captain of Fabulous Ladies narrated a chilling story about the ripple effect caused by the absence of the National Women’s League.

The extent of the effect and damage was sent to a chilling level when Agnes Aduako opened up about a scene which was created due to the misunderstanding between the coach and her teammate which owed to the absence of competitive football for a long period.

The experienced forward first cried out the absence of the National Women’s League has affected the women football-ing constituency in a negative manner.

Speaking exclusively to NB Sports, Agnes Aduako said,

“Yes the absence of the league has affected us (players) and every club tremendously. Because, we have being home for a very long time.

“If you look at the incident (Number 12 expose) which led to the hold-up of the league. It has forced everyone to find about any ways and means to put food on their tables; the clubs are not paying us.

The aftershocks of the Anas expose earthquake trickled down to the finances of the players to the extent they had to search for part-time jobs in order to put food on their tables.

Aduako, captain of Kumasi-based side, Fabulous Ladies narrated a chilling story of a scene which was created due to one of her teammates disagreement with the head coach over her part-time arrangements and training schedules.

“For instance, a scene was created when one of the players was trying to explain to the coach of the conditions surrounding her part-time job, which didn’t sit down well with him (the head coach).

“It has affected us negatively, and everyone (including the clubs) is feeling the full force of league’s absence.” She ended

Agnes Aduako and her teammates must put away the distraction and wrestle for three points when the special competition returns tomorrow, as they seek to dislodge rivals Ashtown Ladies from the summit of Group C.

Godwin Nii Armah Tagoe
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