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Sports Pundit Patrick Osei Agyeman has urged management of Ghana Black Stars led by Head Coach Chris Hugton to scale up performance to win the next African Cup of Nations in Cote D’voire in 2024. Speaking at the Cherryfield Montessori School’s Back to School Bash Rep Your Jersey 2023 within GA West Municipality, Patrick Osei Agyeman lauded Executive Committee of CAF for granting Morocco the rights to host 2025 AFCON.
“We need the cup in 2024 in Cote D’Ivoire. The Ghana Black Stars Coach Chris Hughton must be up and doing. We need players who are selected based on merit. We the talents, the local boys, we need to call players based on merit”, Osei Agyeman noted.
Patrick Osei Agyeman has also urged Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak to put up splendid performance in their next game in ongoing Ghana Premier League to raise the bar of Ghana football.
“The Giants Kotoko and Hearts of Oak, we want to see them winning “.
Contributing to the debate, Chief Executive Officer of Cherryfield Montessori School Magdalene Dzifa Adzanu has urged females to take up careers in Football. According to her, Ghana Sports Authority must invest heavily in females to pursue careers in football, urging the Black Queens to lift the African Cup next year.
“It’s a welcome event for our students. This one is Rep Your Jersey. We have a lot of sporting activities lined up for them. Despite the fact that it’s a game, we’re leaning at the same time, applying logical reasoning. When it comes to football, we are always going to the drawing board that involves mathematics, education in different direction”, Dzifa Adzanu noted.
She noted that “Let’s me appeal to Ghana Sports Authority to invest heavily in females to take up careers in football”.
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