Former West African Football Academy (WAFA SC) midfielder, Zakaria Mumuni, has paid an emotional tribute to the late Sam Adday after the demise of the legendary trainer.
The emotional Mumuni bid a painful good bye to his former technical director and called on the football family to accord Sam a befitting burial he so much deserved.
Zakaria Mumuni, who played for WAFA SC before joining Aduana Stars at the start of last season, dubbed the late Sam as a father for all.
The emotional Aduana Stars credited Sam for the unique style of football in WAFA SC whiles remembering the late trainer for his ever opened nature.
“Sam was not only a coach but a father as well.
” His experience in the game is one of the reason why WAFA SC is so unique with and without the ball.
“I personally think Ghana has lost another big technical brain and it is sad to realise that big Sam is gone”, Zakaria Mumuni said.
The attacking midfielder bossed the centre of the pitch for WAFA SC before heading to Dormaa for new chapter with the 2009 league champions.
Sam Arday passed away on Sunday after a brief illness and joins a list of illustrious Ghanaian trainers led by Uncle Ben Kwoffie.