‘DOL is no child’s play, buckle up financially’ – Former RTU Operations and Marketing Manager advises Binbiem FC

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Sports Administrator and past Operations and Marketing Manager of RTU, Mohammed Munkaelu Junior Attiah
Sports Administrator and past Operations and Marketing Manager of RTU, Mohammed Munkaelu Junior Attiah

Astute Sports Administrator and past Operations and Marketing Manager of RTU, Mohammed Munkaelu Junior Attiah, who was played an important role in propelling RTU back to the GPL last year has packaged some advice in a statement for newly promoted side Kumbungu Binbiem FC.

Read his full statement below:

I wish to express my profound joy to see a club outside the Tamale metropolis to qualify to the national division one. It was a delight two years ago when Yendi Gbewaa chalked the same fate.

I say Congrats to Kumbungu Bimbiem FC. I will like to say I salute the entire management, technical team, the playing body and their unrelenting supporters. They have entered the nation’s football history books and this is no mere an achievement.

My sincere advice to the club is to perform a retrospect of the just ended football season in relations to all sectors of the club and also engage management of Yendi Gbewaa and Tamale Dreams FC on lessons learnt during their stay in the DOL. Again the management of Steadfast and Tamale City FC are a grape wine for them to tap for experience and info.

Playing in DOL is not child’s play, so they should buckle up financially and remember to beef up their team in all departments and levels.

On this ending note, I say may Allah grant K. Binbiem FC a perpetual non-return to division two ever.

Remember, opinions are like onions and everyone has one.

Mohammed Munkaelu Junior Attiah.

By: Mohammed Nazeef Sulemana

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