The vice-president of Inter Allies Football Club (FC), Delali Senaye has explained to fans that the transfers of poster boy Victorien Adebayo and others are to help the club grow.
In the last few months, the Ghana Premier League outfit has transferred some of its top players abroad.
While many continue to question the motive behind the decision to offload the players, Inter Allies FC Vice-president Delali Senaye has explained with an open letter to the fans of the club.
“The decision though a difficult one was taken in furtherance of the mission and philosophy of the Club which is to provide a resplendent career path for budding football talents in Ghana and our neighbouring countries.
“Some of the players had few months to the expiration of their contracts, hence the reason for finding suitable placements for them in Europe.
“We express our profound gratitude to the intermediary of Victorien Adebayor, Mr. Samuel Joel-Atolagbe for his great sportsmanship and professionalism exhibited towards the Club in the last few months. Inter Allies FC will forever be grateful.
“Inter Allies FC want to assure all our fans that the Management and the Technical Team are working tirelessly on replacements to maintain our standard set in the Premier League since gaining promotion in 2013 as quality talented players are being recruited across the Country and West Africa to beef up the squad for 2020/2021 Premier League Season”, the open letter signed by Delali Senaye reads.
Below is the list of players that have left Inter Allies ahead of the start of the 2020/2021 football season.
NSUNGUSI JNR EFFIONG – HB KOGE (DENMARK)
ABDUL NASSIRU HAMZAH – HOLBAEK BI (DENMARK)
FRANK ASSINKI – HB KOGE (DENMARK)
VICTORIEN ADEBAYOR – HB KOGE (DENMARK)
SAMUEL ARMAH – KF SKENDERBEU KORCE (ALBANIA)
ABRAHAM OKYERE – AL HILAL UNITED FC UAEFA, (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES)