Ayutthaya FC Player Talks Visas, Drugs & Sex

Published on 12th August 2014 by Stickboy BKK

Ayutthaya FC midfielder Nikwei Issac has been plying his trade in Thai First Division League for just under a year but he has revealed this week to Goal.com that life in Thailand is a struggle.

He claims he doesn’t have a work permit, some of his fellow African players are selling illegal drugs to make ends meet and his most entertaining revelation of all is that he needs to sexually satisfy the local ladies on a daily basis otherwise they wont help him. And he says they like sex “a lot”.

“Life is not easy here, I play for my team only if the place is safe because my working permit has expired, many players are into a lot of ungodly acts just to find their feet, some of which are Ghanaians. They cannot return home because they are not financially sound, some have now resorted to dealing in illegal drugs whiles others live with local women.

“These women like sex a lot so you will have to satisfy them every day before they will help you. We are going through hell-like situations just because of football. Players like Abdul Samed ‘Okocha’ and Stephen Offei are here without a club and it pains me how these talented players are going through situations like this but I will advise the young ones not to hastily move from Ghana to play in Asia.

When immigration gets wind of his illegal work status, Mr Issac may find himself heading back home to Ghana or spendin an extended period of time in the Bangkok Immigration Detention Center.

Ayutthaya FC midfielder Nikwei Issac

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