John Paintsil attributes incidence of match-fixing in Ghana to financial challenges
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John Paintsil attributes incidence of match-fixing in Ghana to financial challenges


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Former Black Stars and Fulham player John Paintsil says the incidents of alleged match-fixing that rocked the Ghana Premier League recently can be attributed to the financial challenges the clubs are facing.

John Paintsil used the South African league as an example Ghana should be learning from to avoid this mess.

John Paintsil played for Berekum Arsenal and Liberty Professional in Ghana before moving to Europe.


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