President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kurt Edwin Simeone Okraku has shared that he is confident the Black Stars will get back to conquering Africa with hard work and good management from leaders.
Ghana has gone on an Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) trophy drought nearing 4 decades. In addition to that, the decline in the quality of football in the local scene has seen Ghanaians clubs struggle to compete with the best from the continent in CAF’s inter-club competitions.
Under his administration as GFA boss, Kurt Okraku believes if his outlet is able to take the right steps, all that national team and Club setbacks will be corrected.
“Let’s fight internally and let’s agree on the best foot to put forward for the good of the Football Association. I believe we have enough quality in this country and I believe with very good management, we would get back to our glorious days”, he shared during a stakeholder engagement aired on GTV Sports Plus and Happy FM.
Kurt Okraku continued, “We are yearning for the big trophies, just as the President Nana Akufo-Addo said. We are yearning for the AFCON, we are yearning for the CAF Champions League and with hard work, these trophies would come.