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Ghana Football is far from dead- Henry Asante Twum

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Henry Asante Twum, the Communications Director of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), has strongly denied the claims about the decline of Ghanaian football.

Twum defended the status of Ghana football by highlighting achievements in different areas of the sport.

He pointed out the accomplishments of Ghana’s youth teams, such as the Black Satellites and the Princesses, who won gold medals at the 2023 African Games.

Asante Twum also mentioned Dreams FC’s impressive performance in the CAF Confederation Cup semifinals as a clear indication of the country’s football capabilities.

He stressed that these successes demonstrate the energy and potential of Ghanaian football.

Twum stated, “Our football cannot be considered unsuccessful when we qualify for the Women’s World Cup, secure gold medals in both men’s and women’s competitions, and have Dreams FC in the CAF Confederations Cup semifinals.”

Despite these achievements, Twum acknowledged the concerns raised by Ghanaians regarding the performance of the senior national team, the Black Stars.

Fans have criticized the team for not progressing beyond the group stage in consecutive Africa Cup of Nations tournaments.

Nevertheless, Twum expressed optimism about the future of Ghanaian football under the current GFA leadership.

He highlighted that despite challenges, there have been many positive developments and milestones achieved, showing the commitment and progress within the footballing landscape.


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