Professional Footballers Association Of Ghana Warn Clubs Over Pay Cut Saga.

The Professional Footballers Association Of Ghana (PFAG), a welfare body that oversees the well-being of footballers in the country has issued a statement over Ghana Premier League clubs imposing pay cuts on their players during this coronavirus era.

According to the PFAG, member (footballers) must be fully aware and understand any pay cut terms from their various clubs before they go into any agreement, and not just be imposed on them.

“Our attention has been drawn to reports from some of our members and news in the media of clubs pushing to implement pay cuts without dialogue with the players.

Being minded by the present situation – COVID 19 challenges, the PFAG believes the best way forward is an open dialogue and consensus-building approach.

PDF would be grateful this matter can be resolved with the input of the players. Such unilateral decisions do not augur well for the future of our game.” The statement read.

Kumasi Asante Kotoko is set to become the first Ghana Premier League club to have its players coteau to a 40% pay cut.

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