The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has stressed its readiness to build the capacities of national team coaches in the country to ensure the best results in the future.
The newly constituted body of the West African country has set sight on improving the sport in the country and has time and again reiterated its desire to make the various national teams competitive once again.
At a meeting between the Ghana FA and newly appointed head coaches for the national teams today, president of the association Kurt Okraku has noted that they will invest in coaches.
“The GFA will invest in capacity building for National team coaches across board. On the other hand, we are hoping the coaches and technical handlers will repay the trust reposed in them by ensuring the best players are selected to represent our nation”, the experienced football administrator shared.
It is understood that the Ghana FA has made arrangements to send national team coaches out of the country to have attachment with foreign clubs to build their capacity.