The former Berekum Chelsea and Asante Kotoko men reveal their plans upon their return home
The two men are among a contingent of footballers who arrived back home from Ethiopia last month and promptly went through 14-day mandatory quarantine following a distress call to the Government of Ghana and the Ghana Football Association (GFA) for help.
“I am still playing and any team that comes to me that we should go into an agreement and it is good, then I think I will embrace it and play for them. If it is a local club or team from outside Ghana,” Addy told TV3.
“Football is like a military or pastoral job, anywhere God directs you to go, you have to go. So anyone who comes to me that I need you to come and help my club, I will be very glad to go and exhibit the great talent God has given to me.
“This is my country and when you are playing in your country, it is a little bit easier because of the language and the culture but when you are playing outside it is very difficult.
“I have played all over the world and I know how it is, especially Eastern Europe like Serbia, Croatia, etc, but if you are playing in your motherland and the contract is okay, then you play to your very best and you excel.”
“It is an agreement between two parties; they come to me and I go to them, we sit down and negotiate,” the Jimma Aba Jifar goalkeeper Tagoe said.
“Any Ghanaian player should not belittle himself because this is the work we do and you have to go all out for it and deliver for the club.
“Medeama is my home but it is going to depend on what is in the contract. If I am comfortable with it, I will deliver.”
The Ghana football season is currently in recess owing to the Covid-19 situation. The season is expected to return in October.