Accra, Sep 26: The Ghana Football Association (GFA) is formulating a four-year business plan for the development of the sport in the country.
Ghana, commonly known as the Black Stars, was the toast of Africa in the 2010 World Cup by qualifying for the quarterfinals. And now GFA wants to make the best use of the momentum with a five-tier approach that would deepen and rekindle the future prospects of Ghana football, reports Xinhua.
Fred Crentsil, newly elected GFA vice-president, said the strategic focus would be on development.
“With the help of my colleagues and friends in Ghana football administration, we will drive this agenda forward to continue to enhance the status of Ghana in world football,” said Crentsil, who replaces Jordan Anagblah who died four months ago.
Crentsil, who is also the chief executive of former CAF Champions League and Supper Cup winners, Accra Hearts, said he would draw on his experience to continue the positive development of Ghana football.