Asante Kotoko midfielder, Justice Blay has revealed that he would have been a kickboxer if he had not succeeded as a professional footballer.
The highly-rated midfielder is currently on loan with the Porcupine Warriors from Medeama Sporting Club.
Since arriving in Kumasi, he has worked his socks off and has established himself as one of the club’s best players in the past year.
Speaking to Vision One FM in the absence of football activities due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Justice Blay has disclosed that he would have made a career in kickboxing if he had not ventured into football.
“If I didn't turn a professional football player, I would have been a kickboxer”, Blay added.
The midfielder who says he has a passion for coaching further stressed that he wants to build a hospital and a church for his village before he retires from football.
“I want to build a hospital and church in my village before I retire from football", he noted.
Justice Blay has chipped in with a couple of goals for Asante Kotoko this season and the club is said to be in talks with Medeama SC for his permanent transfer before the Ghana Premier League season resumes.