Captain of Dreams Football Club, Maxwell Arthur says he fully supports the stoppage of the Ghana Premier League though it has brought serious financial hardship to players.
Arthur who also features for the Black Satellites of Ghana stressed that most players are in tougher times as it is only the football money they survive but their health and life is equally important so he agrees to the suspension of the league in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic.
“It has been hard times for us as footballers especially me. Aside football, I don’t have any money coming from anywhere and now we are not playing.”Arthur told Sportsworldghana
“Notwithstanding, I think the best for us is to wait for the disease to be over so that we play. Life is precious and very important. We should not risk, I approve the halting of the league.”
Arthur was signed by Dreams FC from Dawu-based Dream Academy in 2016 as a central midfielder and has risen to become the skipper.
He was transformed into a right-back by current Black Stars coach Charles Akonnor during the 2017 season and that has been his permanent position now.