Kurt Okraku, the president of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), has reiterated his desire to leave a lasting legacy in Ghanaian football.
In light of the Black Stars’ recent struggles, especially their inability to go past the group stages of the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) 2023 in Ivory Coast, Okraku made his commitment.
During a news conference on Wednesday in Kumasi, Okraku emphasized his desire to win important international competitions, such as the FIFA World Cup and the AFCON.
“I want to win the AFCON; I want to win the World Cup! I want to win every competition Ghana finds itself. This is the collective belief and mindset of my fellow Executive Council members.”
Okraku isn’t giving up on Ghanaian football in spite of these obstacles.
The Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence is being upgraded, and the nation has a long history of producing excellent players, which he uses as proof of the development that is being done.
“I want to position the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence very well and make it an enviable international standard,” he added.