Former Kotoko and national defender Ofosu Appiah mainly addressed the players, stressing the importance of allowing PFAG to “manage” their affairs when need be, be there for each other and respect contracts while making sure their contracts are also respected.
Ofosu Appiah used himself as an example of players who keep benefitting from the PFAG as the Union employed lawyers to seek justice for him at Court of Arbitration when he had issues with his former club .
The players were also briefed on the PFAG policies including Insurance Policy and Scholarship for players . “Be law abiding, respect your colleagues and leaders and refrain from activities that will impede the development of your career”, the players were told.
PFAG Vice President Tetteh Zuttah and Thomas Boakye-Agyeman of the Union’s Secretariat supervised the visitation.
Bofoakwa, RTU, Dreams FC, Bechem United, Hearts of Oak, Medeama as well as other clubs including Women’s Clubs have so far been visited by the Players Union .