Former Hearts of Oak striker, Cosmos Dauda has advised football authorities in Ghana to place premium on educating local footballers about public speaking if they want the Ghana League to gain acceptance
across the continent.
Dauda who now plays for Lebanese club Salam Zgharta said local players should be able to sell themselves to the public through the media and they can only do that when they have been educated formally and trained in the act of public speaking.
“Our footballers should be educated. Tell them what should be done and what should not be done on the field”
“Every Ghanaian footballer is supposed to be on social media so that you can exhibit or sell your trade"
"Footballers should go for interviews on a weekly basis. They should go to radio stations, get that exposure of speaking,”he told the Accra based Platinum TV.