‘I Have Been Maltreated And Denied Access To Our League Centers’ – Wilberforce Mfum Cries Out

Ghana’s 1963 African Cup of Nations winner Wilberforce “Willie” Mfum has narrated how he was denied access to enter the various league centers because of his inability to purchase match day tickets to watch the game he once participated in during his youthful days.

Ghana’s football association President Kurt E. S. Okraku invited former players to have a dialogue with them. However, Mr. Okraku pleaded with the ex-footballers to let bygones be bygones and forgive the nation; and collectively come together to aid the Black Stars to end their 40 years trophy droughts.

Speaking on Atinka FM, the Ex-Asante Kotoko and Baltimore Bays forward intimated that for him, his life depends on football, and he is unhappy with how he was denied access to the various sports venues anytime he couldn’t purchase a ticket.


“What pains me most was when they denied me access to the Stadium on match days. This makes me feel like people didn’t appreciate what I did for the nation, besides that didn’t border me”

He continued; “When the platform was given to us, some of my colleagues expressed their grievances and the GFA President apologized; we have all accepted his apology”.

Wilberforce Mfum, the member of Ghana’s 1964 Summer Olympics team further stated that they have decided to reunite with the association and pray and give them the support Ghana football needs to bring back the glory days.

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Brent Kojo Amenuvor 

Source || DePunch.com

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