Inter Allies Technical Director Willie Klutse has heaped a lot of praise on the Ghana Football Association for establishing the Retired National Footballers Endowment Fund to support the former national team players.
Klutse who is also the spokesperson for the Retired National Footballers Association of Ghana hailed the Ghana Football Association for the nice gesture towards the former footballers and praised the FA President for contributing immensely towards the goal.
“The president Kwesi Nyantakyi made a promise after he was reelected into office and I want to congratulate him for being faithful to his promise,” he told www.interalliesfc.com
“This fund will go a long way to help the retired national footballers who are facing some difficult times and will even increase their life span.”
“This is because some of them don’t have money to feed themselves so if the money will be coming regularly, then it will prolong their lives.”
He added: “I want to thank the Ghana Football Association and especially to Kwesi Nyantakyi for working hard towards this project, God will reward him for what he has done for us and everyone who will be touched to contribute to this fund.”
Klutse played for the Black Stars from 1975 to 1982 being an African Cup of Nations winner for Ghana.