GFA holds holds meeting with newly appointed national team head coaches

Published on: 17 January 2020

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has today held a first meeting with the various head coaches appointed for the national teams.

President for the Country's Football Governing body, Kurt Okraku and his Executive Council decided to let go of all members of the technical teams of the national teams a couple of weeks ago

According to them, the decision had become necessary because they wanted to give the national teams different direction after failing to remain competitive.

This week, the GFA has put together technical teams for all the national teams as they look to revive the potency exhibited by the teams in the past.

At the secretariat of the GFA earlier today, the body has met with all the national team head coaches as well as their management teams.

The meeting saw the stakeholders discussing the new targets for all National teams and to set objectives for the newly appointed technical teams.