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Stop the lackadaisical attitude and leave in peace – Thomas Duah advises Ashgold’s out of contract players

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AshantiGold coach, Thomas Duah has advised out-of-contract players of the club to put a stop to certain behaviours that could jeopardize their career in future.

The Miners could lose about four instrumental players including Latif Anabila, Shafiu Mumuni, Appiah McCarthy and James Akaminko.

According to reports, Shafiu Mumuni has rejected a contract extension offer from the Obuasi-based club as he is reported to have agreed personal terms with city rivals Asante Kotoko.
Midfielder James Akaminko has also been heavily linked with a move to the Porcupine Warriors.

According to Thomas Duah, the club has submitted a proposals for extension of their contracts, but the players are surprisingly unwilling to sign, putting up some lackadaisical attitudes.

He warned them to be careful about their behaviour in order not to attract the wrath of the owners and leave in peace.

“I want to advise these players to abstain from certain behaviors which ends up jeopardizing their future,” Thomas Duah told Kumasi-based Oyerepa FM.

“They always make club owners say bad things about them, some cursing them because they fail to show appreciation especially when their contracts nears expiring, the manner in which they leave their various clubs is appalling.

He continued: “These are difficult times and they should think about the club as well, I will use Bismark Idan as example, he didn’t leave in peace and so couldn’t play when he joined B.Chelsea from Kessben because of the attitude he put up.

“They should make sure they are leaving in peace and stop the lackadaisical attitude they are putting up. Ashgold has offered these players proposals but they playing hide and seek with management which is unfair, they shouldn’t attract the wrath of club owners because these are hard times and their managers should warn them to desist from such.

“They should let blessings lead them in the life they living and not curses. They should not let club owners grief because of them because one good turn deserves another.

“My advice is that they should leave in peace and not create any problems for themselves so they can play well.”

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