Former Hearts of Oak defender Acquah Harrison has revealed that he is financially ill after retiring from football.
Acquah who a key member of the Phobians team that won the 2004 CAF Confederation Cup over their arch-rivals Asante Kotoko, says life has not been easy with him considering his poor financial history.
“If I tell you I am broke, you won’t believe it. I signed two years contract with Hearts of Oak worth ten million old cedis (now 1000 cedis) but I only got six million (now 600 cedis) out of it,” Harrison told Accra-based radio station Angel 102.9 FM
“Clubs won’t give players money they deserve but will rather use it on something different”
Acquah Harrison, joined Hearts of Oak from Power FC in 2003 and spent three seasons at the club.
He recently joined lower-tier side Eleven Wise FC as their deputy coach.