Athletics Information of Saturday, 1 August 2020
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Government Council member of the Ghana Soccer Association (GFA), Samuel Anim Addo has stated the FA is working to be certain that colts soccer is revived in the nation.
Colts or juvenile soccer has declined about the several years which has influenced Ghana’s capability to create young skills in current yrs juxtaposing it with the 1990s which saw talents this kind of as Michael Essien, Stephen Appiah, Asamoah Gyan and a lot of other people taking part in to the optimum amount.
Joyful Sports activities has been trying to get to uncover out why colts football has declined more than the years from industry people ranging from entrepreneurs of colts golf equipment to the GFA.
Speaking in an interview with Delighted 98.9 on Content Sports Special Edition on Friday, Samuel Anim Addo, a member of the GFA Juvenile committee spelled out that colts soccer has not collapsed as it is perceived in the general public.
“Colts football is nonetheless managing in the state, with each other with the academy technique.”
“The problem is that most of the entrepreneurs of colt’s football club did not adapt to the modern day methods of soccer which the GFA is trying to get the job done and modify that narrative. Now soccer is a very profitable company and to realize success you will need to have additional sponsorship and financial investment which the FA is operating on it”.
He also indicated that the Kurt-Okraku led administration has taken a essential interest in colts and juvenile football cause why monies have been allocated from the FIFA COVID-19 relief fund to that stage.
“We had been just about to begin the juvenile league prior to the COVID-19 strike us. The FA wanted to introduce the Juvenile FA Cup, Inter-Regional Championships and lots of others”.
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