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Bechem United not willing to sell players to Ghana Premier League clubs, insists on foreign deals

Bechem United has made a decision not to sell their players to other Ghana Premier League clubs during the current transfer window.

Several players from the team, such as Seth Kwadwo Baah, Hafiz Konkoni, Francis and Emmanuel Avornyo, have gained attention from both domestic and international clubs due to their impressive performances last season.

However, Bismark Kobi Mensah, the newly appointed coach of Bechem United, revealed that the club will only entertain offers from foreign clubs when it comes to selling their players.

“I have been told that the club is not ready to accept any offer for any of their players unless it comes from a foreign club. Thus I will most likely have the core of the team to build on,” Kobi Mensah told Onua Sports.

“I am also fortunate to have inherited the good players Kassim Mingle worked with,” he added.

He also expressed his gratitude for inheriting the talented players that Kassim Mingle had worked with. Prior to joining Bechem United, Kobi Mensah faced a challenging task as the manager of Great Olympics, where he took charge of a struggling team fighting against relegation.

Despite the difficulties, he successfully guided the two-time Ghana Premier League champions to a 14th place finish, narrowly avoiding demotion.

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