Black Stars Players are Not Correct, they Couldn’t Even Stay Away from Women for Only 3 Weeks – Songo Confirms Players Chasing Ashawo Reports

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Players of the senior national soccer team the Black Stars, were indiscriminately engaged in s*xual bouts with ladies during their stay in Egypt for the Cup of African Nations.

The allegation was made by a Ghanaian journalist, Joe Addo Jnr, and now reiterated by Countryman Songo.

Songo, in a video released after Ghana’s disappointing elimination from the tourney, can be heard tearing into the players for their indisciplined attitudes at the tourney.

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According to Songo, most of the players are not ‘correct’ considering the behaviour they put up. He revealed that most of them could not even stay only 3 weeks in Egypt without the touch of a woman and instead brought ladies into the camp to be chopping down indiscriminately.

“Some of the players are not correct. The thing has hurt me but these players are not correct. They can’t even control themselves. They don’t sleep at night. They did a lot of nonsense things,” he said.

“These guys could not stay away from one woman for just three weeks. Majority of them lack common sense because if they did their performance wouldn’t have been that bad. All they know is money”. he thundered.

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Songo’s comments mirror those we reported this morning from a journalist, who said the Stars were having s*x with women during the tournament, sometimes just the day before a match, and that captain Andre Ayew nearly got into a fight with a colleague when he protested that behaviour.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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