Berekum Chelsea players are demotivated.The club is losing points for failing to pay WAFA their share for the transfer of Solomon Asante to TP Mazembe three seasons ago. And as a result, Chelsea have already been docked 18 points for matches they won due to a subsequent Ghana FA ruling.Chelsea, from now, lose (due to the ruling) any match they win until they pay WAFA and this, according to striker Latif Salifu, is having a huge impact and demotivating the players.“During our Premier League game against Aduana Stars I picked up an injury and one of my colleagues said to me: ‘After all even if we win the game our points will be deducted so what is the essence of forcing ourselves to the extent of picking up injuries?’” revealed Latif Salifu in an exclusive interview with Joy Sports.“Initially I thought this issue was not going to have a negative impact on us but after what my player told me in that game, I realized the things were getting out of hand.“The way we played the second half didn’t show we were serious about winning the game.” Chelsea will next play Hasaacas in the league.–
“We are so grateful to this storied franchise for opening up its doors and allowing HBO and NFL Films to spend the summer with the Raiders in what promises to be a compelling and engaging training camp,” Peter Nelson, HBO Sports executive vice president, said in a statement.MORE: Mark Davis opposed ‘Hard Knocks’ in MarchThere will be no shortage of storylines. A few of the biggest:— Coach Jon Gruden entering the second season of his return to the Silver and Black. The league appears to be excited about having Gruden mic’d up for weeks at a time:Jon Gruden on #HardKnocks 🙌Can’t wait for more #MicdUp moments like this. @HBO @Raiders pic.twitter.com/WBFUbIsqzU— NFL (@NFL) June 11, 2019— How marquee addition Antonio Brown will mesh with embattled quarterback Derek Carr. The Raiders will be the subject of this year’s “Hard Knocks” HBO documentary series, the NFL announced Tuesday.The first episode will air Aug. 6. — The fact the franchise is scheduled to move to Las Vegas after the season.This will be the Raiders’ first appearance on the show, which gives fans an inside look at how NFL teams conduct training camp and prepare for the regular season.”Everybody wants to be a Raider. Now they’ll find out what it takes to become one.”We’ll see you in August: https://t.co/dZ1LvS7gRv #RaiderNation pic.twitter.com/rTz6AnrCbl— Oakland Raiders (@Raiders) June 11, 2019″Everybody wants to be a Raider. Now they’ll find out what it takes to become one,” Raiders owner Mark Davis said in the statement.