An aspirant for President of the Ghana Football Association, Nana Yaw Amponsah, has encouraged football leadership to focus on empowering grassroots football in the country.
This, he said will help make the football communities in the country hub for West Africa as well as regaining the country’s football image.
Speaking on A1Radio, the CEO noted that over the years Ghana Football Association has been lacking visionary leaders who can commercialize the game to make it meets the international standards.
He added that one of the reasons that made Ghana football to lose it integrity was not because of the Anas’s Exposé, but lack of visionary leaders under the GFA to come out with proper steps that can empower the young ones at the grassroots level which can vise a vise help make the country a football hub for Africa.
Mr. Amponsah who is the Chief Executive Officer of Phar Rangers Football Club in Mampong–Akuapem in the Eastern Region, was on a visit to the Upper East Region to access the logistical needs of various grassroots football clubs; as part of his campaign tour.
He further stated that among his vision is to commercialize the country’s football if given the opportunity to become the next GFA President.
Source; a1radioonline.com|101.1MHZ|Moses Apiah|Ghana|