Ghana Football Association (GFA) President Kurt Okraku has said that his consortium will construct a multi-purpose sports facility at Ghanaman Soccer Centre Excellence, Prampram. The GFA President disclosed it at the 26th Ordinary Congress held at the GFA Technical Centre (Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence, Prampram) on Monday.
According to Kurt Okraku, the country’s football governing body will access the $2m from FIFA forward 2.0 which would be used to construct the facility.
“The GFA will access $2m from the FIFA forward 2.0. From it, a multi-purpose court, a gym and a pool will be constructed at the Ghanaman Soccer Center of Excellence plus other facilities for national team camping,” he said.
The Junior national teams having been camping at Prampam prior to tournaments. As today (September 1) the Black Maidens (Women, U-17) and Black Princesses (Women, U-20) are camping at the facility in preparation for the respective CAF assignment.
Kurt Okraku further revealed that a 56 seater ultra-modern bus would be bought for the respective national teams.
The former Dreams FC bank roller encouraged club administrator to stand together and reject those who have been portraying Ghana football in a negative manner making it difficult to attract sponsorship deals.
“The growth of our industry is dear to the heart of the Executive Council and the leadership of the Ghana Football Association.
“A few of us do not want the good of this family, they go to the public to malign the work of the family. It’s about time we reject these people and say no to them” He concluded.
The GFA are still looking for an appropriate date for the resumption of Ghana football which could be resolved before the end of Congress.