Ex-Ghana international Godwin Attram has waded into the ongoing debate on the mass exodus of footballers, stating that the phenomenon will not cease anytime soon due to the desire of players to earn good money so that can cater to their families.
The perennial phenomenon of players is one subject that has been brooded over in footballing circles for a very long without a concrete solution being offered.
The former Black Stars attacker says he advises players leaving the shores of Ghana to seek greener pastures in Europe and other footballing destinations to put in the end effort and not get themselves into trouble.
On the issue of player exodus, he says that the phenomenon will not stop because the players will need money to fall back on after their careers come to end, so wherever there is money will chase it.
He goes on to say that countries like Ethiopia and Zambia have pumped a lot of money into their football so it is no longer a challenge for a Ghanaian player to go to these countries to ply their trade.