The Future of the Black Stars is Airtel Rising Stars-Ghana FA President

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Airtel CEO Lucy Quist practicing the Azonto Dance steps, a feature in the 2014 ARS

The Chief Executive Officer of Airtel, Lucy Quist, a passionate sports enthusiast herself says the primary objective of the 2014 Airtel Rising Stars is ‘tapping into the power of potential.’

‘When I was in school, I was involved with many things. Eventually I settled on running. Now if  someone had discovered me at that time, maybe I will be running for my country and not running a company.  Airtel Rising Stars is about tapping into the power of potential. We know there are many talented footballers out there. We also know tapping into your potential now can help you change your fortunes and the destinies of your families and many other people. Allow Airtel to help you change your life by taking part in this year’s Airtel Rising Stars. We have already held this competition these past three years which shows our brand consistency and now we will not stop until we discover you. If you are out there, we will find you’ Said Lucy Quist.

This year’s Airtel Rising Stars will be much bigger and better. Ghana has been divided into four zones to aid an expanded talent discovery drive. After the zonal championships, the national finals featuring the best male and female teams from all four zones will be played in Sunyani in July.

A national select side, dubbed the Ghana Airtel Rising Stars Team comprising sixteen boys and sixteen girls will then proceed to represent the country at the Africa finals of Airtel Rising Stars to be played in Gabon in August.

GFA boss Kwasi Nyantakyi applauded the expansion of Airtel Rising Stars this term and said ‘ I promise you at Airtel that you have no idea the positive effects that Airtel Rising Stars will have on Ghana Football. This competition is good and as far as touching lives, Airtel Rising Stars will definitely have a huge impact on footballers. ‘ Concluded Kwasi Nyantakyi.

For more Ghana football news visit www.ghanasoccernet.com

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