President of the Ghana Football Association, Kwesi Nyantakyi has heaped praises on West Africa Football Academy (WAFA) and Right to Dream Academy for their kind gesture.
Ahead of the U-17 FIFA World Cup in India, the two major soccer academies in the country released their players for the tournament.
“We have some additional players from WAFA and RTD, they have been generous this time to release their players to augment the strength of the squad.” Nyantakyi told the Press
“I hope that the quality of the boys we have will reflect on the pitch and we will go a step further than what we did in Gabon. I am very hopeful the Ghana u-17 team will make us proud this time in India,”
The Black Starlets are currently in UAE for a training camp and will leave for India on October 1 for the tournament that is set to kick off from October 6-28.