Upcoming Footballers Are Seen To Be The Most Useless People In The Society – Huru Osman

In my country, the perception of upcoming footballers is disheartening. Rather than being celebrated for their talent and dedication, they are often viewed as the most useless individuals in society. This harsh reality was recently highlighted by Mohammed Nurudeen Osman, a former player for Tamale City FC, who took to social media to express his frustration.

Osman, hailing from Kintampo, currently on loan at Kassena Nankana United, poured his heart out on Facebook, shedding light on the lack of respect and worth assigned to footballers in our society. He lamented the prevailing sentiment that choosing a career in football automatically diminishes one’s value and contributes nothing to the betterment of society.

It is a sad reflection of the mindset prevalent in our society that fails to recognize the immense contributions and positive impact footballers can have. These individuals invest their time, energy, and passion into honing their skills, representing their clubs, and even their country on an international stage. They inspire millions, foster unity, and entertain us with their incredible performances.

Rather than dismissing aspiring footballers as useless, we should embrace and support them. We should recognize their potential and provide them with the resources and opportunities to thrive. By doing so, we not only uplift their spirits but also contribute to the growth and development of our nation’s sporting prowess.

It is time for a shift in mindset. Let us appreciate the hard work and dedication of our footballers and recognize the immense value they bring to our society. By doing so, we can foster a culture of respect, admiration, and support for those who choose the beautiful game as their path to success.

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