Kurt Okraku Urge Ghana Police Service To Set Up Juvenile Team
The President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kurt E.S Okraku has urged the Ghana Police Service to set up a juvenile football team.
The GFA boss made this appeal to Director General in charge of Welfare at the Ghana Police Service, COP Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah when she led an entourage to visit the headquarters of the country’s football association earlier today.
“It will not be out of place if you decide to own a juvenile team in this country and we are sure the other services will follow”, Mr. Okraku said.
The Ghana Police currently has a female team – Police Ladies – that play in the Elite Women’s Premier League.
The team has produced a lot of top players and continues to feed the various women’s national team with quality players.
Meanwhile, the Ghana Police Service has confirmed plans to set up a Sports Policing Unit that will specialize in dealing with sporting activities.