Ghana Juvenile Football Association chairman Jordan Anagla has slammed the ongoing first ever- Fifa Com-Unity seminar in the country, describing it as a “talk-shop.”
Anagbla stormed out of the seminar on Wednesday saying the seminar will not yield any positive results as its ends on Thursday.
“A similar thing happen last year and the blueprint is still with the Football Association but the problem is with implementation that all,” Anagbla told Citi FM.
“We needed a US$ 100,000 to organize the colts festival last year but we didn’t get.They young stars need football to play.Ã‚Â We are already aware of the problems.”
“This is just another one to waste time. The GFA knows our problems and should help because this seminar is nothing new if you ask me.”
The seminar, the first of its kind in West Africa is geared at hatching up ideas to develop the game at the grassroots level.
Ghana Football President Kwesi Nyantakyi and Zambia legend Kalusha Bwalya, who is representing Fifa boss Sepp Blatter, are chairing the three – day event.
The FifaÃ‚Â community seminar has brought to fore all the strategies needed to market and raise resources for football.