Ghana’s Black Stars head coach Chris Hughton is of the view that player exodus can’t be stopped in the Ghana leagues.
According to him, players leaving the country to play outside will continue because it is inevitable that players wants to ply their trade in Europe.
In an interview with the media after he went to Sunyani to watch the Ghana Premier League game between Bofoakwa Tano and Real Tamale United FC, the gaffer gave reasons he thinks players will continue to seek greener pastures.
“This is a question for every Head Coach in the last couple of years,” he told Akwaaba Radio.
“There will always be, of course, players that leave here [Ghana] and go and play in Europe and this is something that has happened for quite some time.”
“If you generally gauge the national team, the Black Stars squad has most of the players playing abroad.”
“This is always the challenge, this is a challenge for the local league, the premier league to be at level, a competitive one that, whoever the Black Stars coach is, can look at it and pick from it,” he added.