Kurt Okraku to ‘resurrect’ neglected women’s football

Sports News of Tuesday, 22 October 2019

Source: footballmadeinghana.com


Kurt Presidential DebateGFA Presidential hopeful, Kurt Okraku

Kurt Okraku has recognized the problems facing the development of women’s football in the country and urgent need to rethink ways of injecting life into that facet of our game.

The #GameChanager performed an autopsy on the issue during the GFA Presidential debate which was held at the College of Physicians and Surgeons in Accra on Monday.

According to the Dreams FC Capo, he intends to explore and tap into the huge potential of women’s football which has been neglected by previous administrations.

Kurt assured that his team has a revenue creation model and innovative tangibles which will lead to the setting up of Central Fund to support activities of women’s football.

“Women football has huge potential but it is the most neglected. We will set up a central fund that will ensure that women football is well funded from football pitches, to boots and other basic logistics that will make the game attractive and exciting,” he said.

Kurt who stole the show at the GFA Presidential Debate on Monday outlined his policies and plans for the Ghana FA if he’s elected to the high office of presidency.