Ghana national under 17 coach, Paa Kwesi Fabin says the presence of scouts are affecting the output of his players in the ongoing world cup in India.
Fabin emphasized that his boys become tensed with some also embarking on individual play rather than team work which goes a long way to affect the team
“The scouting is affecting us and it’s something that really bothers us.When they see that the scouts have arrived, every one wants to impress and sometimes if somebody is not in good position to score he want to score himself so that he will be recognized and it’s a big big problem for us.” Fabin stated during the Press Conference ahead of today’s game with India
“We are hoping that they will be able to understand and know that the better you play the better they look for you and is not about you being selfish or trying to do everything by your self.”
Footballmadeinghana.com understands that scouts from top European clubs such as Manchester City, Dortmund, Chelsea, Porto, Sporting Lisbon and others have been watching the Ghana games in New Dehli.
By: Eric Adjanor