Arwuah warns PSL players of Europe

2016-01-20 13:06
John Arwuah (Supplied)
John Arwuah (Supplied)

Cape Town - Former AmaZulu midfielder John Arwuah has issued a warning to all PSL players with Europe aspirations.

The Ghanaian international joined Cyprus top league club AEL Limassol after Usuthu failed to avoid the PSL drop.

“I terminated my contract with that club because of financial troubles that were affecting the club as early as my third month there,” Arwuah tells KickOff.

“From what I have gathered the money issues were down to the economic troubles in that part of Europe as Turkey, Greece and Bulgaria were also facing similar challenges.

“In all honesty I feel players shouldn’t just go to Europe just because it is Europe.

“It is always wise to do as much research as possible before going there because imagine how lonely it would get if you are not even being paid.”

The 30-year-old revealed that he has had offers from PSL clubs since returning to South Africa but admits that he is carefully weighing up his options ahead of the transfer deadline at the end of the month.

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