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“Sexual Harassment in Women’s Football: A Barrier to Growth – Insights from Prince Halid Mukadi Gbramony”

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Prince Halid Mukadi Gbramony, a respected sports journalist at Zaa Multimedia, sheds light on a pressing issue in women’s football: sexual harassment by coaches. Gbramony strongly believes that the progress of women’s football is hindered when coaches exploit female players sexually.

 

Gbramony’s findings uncover a troubling pattern where certain women’s club coaches demand sexual favors from players in exchange for playing time, a practice he denounces as ‘sex for playing time.’ He stresses that this exploitation also extends to national teams, where players are manipulated through call-ups into sexual relationships.

 

This widespread problem not only obstructs the advancement of women’s football but also carries severe repercussions for the affected players beyond the sport. Gbramony advocates for immediate action to tackle this systemic issue and establish a safe and supportive environment for female players.

 

 

By: Mumuni Abdul-Mumin

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