Ghana midfielder Joseph Attamah Larweh has finally opened up on his shocking exit from Turkish Super Lig side Rizespor despite his consistent outing for the side.
The former Adana Demirspor midfielder has revealed he was frustrated in the club hence his decision to call for the termination of his contract.
The 25-year-old called for the abrogation of his contract in January this year after weeks of disagreement over the continuous changing roles for the versatile player.
This comes just six months after the talented midfielder joined the club from their Super Lig rivals Istanbul Basaksehir on a season long loan.
The management of the club called for a meeting to address the issues but both parties agreed for a mutual termination of the deal to enable the Ghanaian to move.
And the Black Stars midfielder has revealed to footballmadeinghana.com that he was frustrated to terminate his contract.
“Well Rizespor is a lovely club, I enjoyed my brief stay there in terms of football and living. As of my contract being terminated, I must say every coach has his mind and as the coach did not see me in his plans for the second half of the season, I had to move on. This was frustrating as I had been playing regularly and well,” he said.
The Ghanaian who was a starter at Rizespor has continued with his fine form and has become the pivot of Turkish Division One side Fatih Karagümrük.
He’s so far played all games for the side since joining and is on the verge of guiding them to the Super Lig play-off.