Posted On Friday, 12th April 2013
By Ameenu Shardow
Ghana FA boss Kwasi Nyantakyi visited the Right to Dream’s U15 team currently on tour in the UK.
The boss of the Ghana federation is in the UK handling football related issues – presumably working on further modalities of the Ghana FA’s partnership with Manchester City Football Club.
Nyantakyi however took some time off his schedule while in Manchester to visit the juvenile team who were training in one of City’s training facilities on Thursday.
The GFA boss interacted with the officials of the Ghana-based academy while inspiring the young players ahead of their future assignments.
Right to Dream have been participating in several international youth tournaments since its inception in the year 2000.
The academy has been responsible for unearthing several talents including; Abdul Majeed Waris, Mohammed Abu, Razak Nuhu and David Accam who have all either played or receive call ups to the Black Stars.
They have also produced quite a number of players for the Ghana junior teams.