Sports activities Information of Thursday, 17 September 2020
Saanie Daara, a previous Communications Director of the Ghana Football Association has advised Ghanaians to be mindful about reviews they make about the Black Stars considering the fact that they have the inclination of driving absent potential players and sponsors.
George Amoako, chairman of the administration committee of the Black Stars has uncovered that the perception of juju has develop into a stumbling block in their bid to have Ghanaian footballers born in Europe commit to the Black Stars.
Talking on Nhyira FM, Amoako claimed that the juju perception is driving absent players who are being chased by the FA.
Saanie Daara on the same system warned Ghanaians of the ramifications of damaging reviews and stories about the staff.
The previous BBC reporter claimed that some of the gamers would enjoy to engage in for the country but sure reports about the team place them off.
“We must be conscious of what we say simply because it affects the mentality of these players who are born and lifted in the diaspora. And I side with George Amoako on our reportage to the exterior local community about the nationwide team”.
“Some of these gamers enjoy Ghana in. Jerome Boateng has an African map with a Ghana highlighted tattooed on his shoulder and has his community Ghanaian title Agyenim published on his entire body. Timothy Fosu-Mensah who performs for the Netherlands has the Ghana flag on his boots when he performs. It is our responsibility to obtain a way of convincing them to do absent with the destructive stories they have listened to about the national team,” he stated.
In George Amoako’s interview, he complained about acquiring challenges to encourage the players to engage in for Ghana and Saanie has available some tips.
Saanie Daara requested the FA to use the providers of ex-footballers as brokers of persuasion in their dealings with the players.
He also recommended a particular forum or programme which will assistance the players establish a lot more with the Ghanaian society and come to feel aspect of it.
“There are around 150 Ghanaians born and raised in Germany. We can endeavor the likes of Otto Addo, Hans Sarpei and Tony Baffoe to do the job on gamers in Germany. In the Netherlands, we can drop on Eric Addo and Matthew Amoah to get that work accomplished with Razak Pimpong for players in the Scandinavia. In other international locations, there are retired gamers we can depend on and it will help”.
We could even make a single-week summer time coaching camps in Europe to orient them about Ghana and our tradition to instil the like of the region in them these kinds of that they will opt for Ghana at crucial determination-making times,” Sannie Daara concluded.
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