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It is a bad habit for fans to boo national team players – GFA boss Kurt Okraku

The President of the Ghana Football Association, Kurt Okraku, has described the culture of fans booing players at national stadia as a bad habit.

This has become so incessant, with Ghana U20 women’s player, Mukarama Abdulai the latest to suffer it on Tuesday night at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium during an African Games clash against Tanzania.

Months back, Abdul Baba Rahman was also booed at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium during a Black Stars AFCON qualifier.

Also in Kumasi, Jordan Ayew was also booed during a Black Stars game.

This has forced the President of the GFA to take to social media to urge fans not to boo players at the stadia.

“We are a football-loving country. A country that traditionally supports and loves our players in good times and in bad times. Ghana is not a football country that is hostile to its players,” wrote Okraku.

“However, in recent times, a bad culture seems to be gaining ground where a few of our fans boo our national players. I mean players who volunteer to represent our country.

“This is NOT Ghana and this culture has to be rejected. In recent times, some of our players including Abdul Baba Rahman and from yesterday’s game in Cape Coast, striker Mukarama Abdulai (Black Princesses) have been booed by some few Ghanaian football fans.

“My appeal is that let’s stay together as Ghanaians at all times and let’s support our players in good times and in bad times. This is NOT a good habit!!!!”



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