Players of Nsoatreman, Tano Bofoakwa and Real Tamale United have had the opportunity to interact with officers of the Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG), during which they were briefed on the opportunities for them during and after football, as well as the positives of being members of the PFAG.
Former Ghanaian strikers and PFAG members Daniel Bomfah and Saddick Adams, accompanied by PFAG official Thomas Boakye-Agyeman, met the Nsoatreman players and briefly signed on players previously not registered with the Players Union.
Maxwell Konadu and Isaac Amoako, who are members of the technical team of the club and also PFAG members, then joined in encouraging the players to cast their votes in the FIFA FIFPRO World Best Players voting.
Later in the afternoon was the turn of RTU and Bofoakwa as the players were educated in their dressing rooms on the benefits of being PFAG members.
Ghanaian greats Dan Owusu, Frimpong Manso, who is the coach of Bofoakwa and Shilla Alhassan, among other ex-players, were all around as Saddick Adams and Daniel Bomfah spoke passionately on the welfare of players and asked the players to help PFAG champion the fight for improved welfare for players.