Former New Edubiase players to rescue ailing club

Jun 06, 2016 at 1:41pm

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Ex- skipper of New Edubiase- Abubakar Mumuni
Former players of New Edubiase United are planning of raising funds to support the club from exiting from the Ghana Premier League. The recent public outcry of the President of the club, Abdul Salam Yakubu to pull out of the ongoing Ghana Premier League has awaken former players of the club who want to help rescue it.

Ex- skipper of the financially crippled Premier League side, Abubakar Mumuni has revealed that the players are in talks towards raising some funds to help the club.

“We are talking to each other to see how we can help the club financially. We know it is difficult to run a club in Ghana without money so we want to support the club,” he said.

“That is the club that made us who we are today and we also have to look back and offer the little that we can,” Abubakar added.

The ailing Bekwai-based club has over fifteen former players plying their trade outside the country including Ebenezer Ofori who plays for AIK in Sweden, Moro Ibrahim of Adana Demirspor in Turkey, Asiedu Attobrah of Kortrijk in Belgium and Latif Anabilah.

New Edubiase are currently at the bottom of the 16-club table after the first round of the Ghana Premier League.



Source: Ghana/Ourblurbonline.com/Gabriel Norteye



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