Tema Youth FC bankroller Wilfred Osei Kweku popularly known as "Palmer" has heaped praise on the Ghana Football Association for giving out the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence to the government in fight against COVID-19.
As part of efforts to help the government battle the coronavirus outbreak in the country, the FA opted to offer the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence to use as an isolation centre.
Wilfred Osei has commended the Association for its kind gesture which he believes will foster a good relationship between the FA and the government.
"It was a very good move by the GFA to give out the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence to government to be used as the isolation center", he told Ohene-Bampoe Brenya on Happy 98.9FM’s virtual program to discuss the effects of Covid-19 on Ghanaian clubs.
"It’s also a way of their corporate social responsibility to the society."
The Centre of Excellence, which was built in 2003 to accommodate national football teams, has space to house more than 1000 people.