Hearts of Oak acting general manager, Hackman Aiddo says Ghanaian players should get used to the delay in payment of salaries by their various clubs.
Player owed salaries have become a common practice in Ghana football. The rainbow club is among the numerous clubs in the country that will withhold their player salaries for months.
Many football pundits have spoken against the issue, citing it as the cause for mass player exodus in the country.
But Hackman insists the Clubs are forced to do that due to the country’s economic situation.
“in recent times people were saying we owe the players,it was true but not this time around”
“Whether we even owe them or not i must tell you that once you are a football and you are in Ghana,you should get used to those things because the economy is not helping the clubs”he told Starr Sports.
“It’s not the best thing but that is the reality we have to face it”