GFA Presidential candidate, Nana Yaw Amponsah, has outlined the big plans for Ghana football that he would like to implement should be become the next GFA President.
The women’s game has lacked a lot of support for many years despite the achievements of the various female national teams in the history of Ghana football.
The Black Queens were the first senior national team to make the World Cup in 1999 and the Black Maidens picked up bronze in the Women’s U17 World Cup in Azerbaijan in 2012.
However, these major strides have not triggered massive investment into the development of women’s football in Ghana but it seems that may change as Nana Yaw Amponsah seems to have an elaborate plan for the running of women’s football.
He shared his vision via his Twitter handle on Tuesday as part of his campaign ahead of the elections.
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In order to bring this vision to fruition, Amponsah has to beat off competition from Amanda Clinton, George Afriyie, George Ankomah Mensah, Fred Pappoe, and Kurt Okraku when the elections are held on October 25 in Accra.