Ghana defender Moses Zutah has explained the reason behind the termination of contract with India second division side, Mohammedan Sporting Club.
The young centre back joined the India second division side in January, and had to terminate his contract with the side after featuring in two league games.
Responding to reports in the media that the club terminated his contract based on poor performance, the young defender refuted claims that he was yanked from the team due to poor performance.
“It is not true that I terminated my contract because of bad performance,I played two games and two games is not enough to even measure the performance of a new player.The team were not winning in the games I missed so how can someone think I am the reason for a loss.This is a false news.
“The contract was terminated on the bases of off the pitch reasons.I believe in my abilities as a footballer and if I were that poor, clubs in the Division wouldn’t have been chasing me.As I speak, there are a lot of clubs who want my signature here but I am still looking into it to make the right decision.
Explaining his side of the story to Ghanacrusader.com, Zutah further revealed that the club has failed to hand him a copy of the terminated contract which he finds unusual.
“I have still not gotten a copy of the terminated contract, they [the club] have been delaying with it .I don’t understand why.”