PFAG extends support to ailing Legon Cities goalkeeper William Essu
In a heartwarming display of solidarity and camaraderie within Ghana football, Professional Footballers Association (PFAG) Vice President, Tetteh Zutah, and General Secretary, Anthony Baffoe, paid a visit to the ailing Legon Cities goalkeeper, William Essu.
The visit was a testament to the PFAG’s commitment to looking after its own, especially when a fellow footballer is going through a challenging period of illness.
Tetteh Zutah and Anthony Baffoe arrived at William Essu’s residence with smiles and words of encouragement, aiming to lift the spirits of the talented shot-stopper who has been facing health issues recently.
Essu, known for his remarkable skills between the posts, was deeply touched by the visit and the concern shown by these footballing figures.
According to them, as a union dedicated to the welfare and well-being of professional footballers in Ghana, the PFAG reaffirms its commitment to providing support to Essu throughout his recovery journey.
“The PFAG believes that the strength of the Union lies in its ability to stand by its members in times of need. We conveyed the importance of staying strong and persevering through difficulties, both in football and in life,” they added.
The Association noted that “Our visit also serves as a poignant reminder that, beyond the game, these footballers are human beings who can lean on one another for support and inspiration during life’s challenges.”