Bank roller of Kasoa-based third tier outfit Cheetah FC, Abdul Hayye Yartey says his dream and desire is to help good football talents to get far in their career and also make a living.
Yartey who nurtured the likes of Newcastle’s Christian Atsu, Alhassan Wakaso of Vitoria SC and several other Ghanaian players says he wants the fantastic talents to reach a high level in their career.
“I want to continue helping the kids on the street with great potentials to get somewhere in football. Football can give most of them a life off the street,”Yartey told TV 3
“I always feel motivated scouting players because I know some of them will have a break through, play at the highest level and come and help their families and nation,”
Yartey’s Cheetah FC is one of the best wee-managed second division clubs in Ghana.
By: Edmund Okai Gyimah