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Wizardry dribbler Charles Taylor has said that the current crop of players on the local scene are not serious compared to his playing days.
Charles Taylor was arguably the finest player in the Ghana Premier League in the early 2000s and his transfer from Hearts of Oak to their rivals Asante Kotoko generated the most controversial move in the history of the league.
During his time Hearts of Oak won a treble of CAF Champions League, the Ghana Premier League and the FA Cup and the team was dubbed the 64-battalion, due to the fearsome nature.
Charles Taylor has said that domestic football is on the decline because players this day are not serious compared to his time as a footballer.
“Players of today are serious as compared to our time. This is the reason why interest in the game is on the decline.” Charles Taylor told GTV Sports +.
Charles Taylor played for Great Olympics, Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko
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