Former Ghana Boxing Authority president, Moses Foh Amoaning has slammed the head coach of the Black Queens Yusif Basigi over lesbianism comment.
Basigi, who led Ghana to win bronze at the 2016 Africa Women Cup of Nations, in an interview with the media indicated that he has warned his players about the act of lesbianism.
Speaking to Accra based Starr FM, Basigi said, “Lesbianism happens across the globe in women’s football team, it is a big problem and very worrying. I have always warned my players against engaging themselves in lesbianism. Apart from the fact that it is an evil act, it also affects them in the game. So I for instance always advise my players to abstain from such acts.
But the ace broadcaster does not seem to agree with the statement of the former Sekondi Hassacas head coach.
“I heard Yusif Basigi saying about the act of lesbianism and asking his players to desist from that act but I find it a bit curious.
“For me, I think he should be careful because it is not good to say this publicly. The statement of the coach can affects the psyche of the players.
“It wasn’t a good thing the coach did saying it publicly.” He added.