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  • Writer's pictureNana yaw Dynamic

GFA want Ghana to win World Cup and AFCON

In the midst of scrutiny over the new execution of the Black Stars and their failure to advance past the group stages in the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) 2023, Ghana Football Association (GFA) President Kurt Okraku has emphasized his outfit's devotion to leaving a huge effect on Ghanaian football.

At a press conference on Wednesday in Kumasi, Okraku emphasized his determination to win major international competitions like the AFCON and FIFA World Cup, highlighting his dedication to elevating Ghanaian football's global standing.

"I need to win the AFCON; I need to win the World Cup!" Okraku pronounced. " I need to win each rivalry Ghana tracks down itself. This is the aggregate conviction and attitude of my kindred Executive Council members."

The statement made by Mr. Okraku is in line with his previous promises to improve Ghanaian football and make the country a major player in African soccer.

In any case, his term as GFA President has experienced discussion, including allegations of debasement and managerial omissions inside the association.

Notwithstanding these obstacles, Okraku keeps an uplifting perspective on the direction of Ghanaian football. He says that the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence's ongoing improvements and the country's long history of helping gifted athletes are signs of progress in the sport.

"I need to situate the Ghanaman Soccer Focal point of Greatness well overall and make it a lucky global norm," he said.


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