GFA Exco member Winfried Parma saddened by Ghanaian clubs performance in Africa

Published on: 22 February 2018

Executive Member of the Ghana Football Association, Wilfried Kwaku Parma has lamented over the performances of Ghanaian clubs on the continent.

The Tema Youth owner claims it is worrying to see countries like Congo being represented by four clubs in continental champions and then Ghana has only two representatives.

He added, the football Association must come out with policies to help bring the best out of the clubs when they represent the country, boosting the chances of the nation in getting back four spots.

"It's worrisome because a country like Congo has 4 slots and Ghana is struggling with 2 slots," Palmer told Oyerepa FM.

"It doesn't befit us. As an FA, we need to make that concerted effort to ensure certain policies will be directed to make sure we win back the other 2 slots lost, we deserve more than than."

Aduana Stars progressed to the next stage of the CAF Champions League where they face ES Setif of Algeria.

However, Ghana's other representative Kumasi Asante Kotoko were booted out of the competition by CARA Brazzaville after losing on penalties in Congo.

Since Accra Hearts of Oak and kumasi Asante Kotoko reach the finals of the Confederations Cup in 2004, no Ghanaian club has made reached the finals of any African competition.