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GFA President Kurt Okraku stresses need to develop capacity of female coaches

Kurt Simeon Okraku, President of Ghana Football Association (GFA) has highlighted the need to enhance the coaching capacity of female coaches in Ghana.

As part of plans to achieve this target, the country’s football governing body is set to roll out free Coaching courses for women in the coming season.

“It is important that we are proactive and to ensure that we get our ladies to be more interested in coaching and to have a clear pathway for our ladies to not only have but to develop the appetite to coach but also enhance their capacity to be able to coach at the highest level” Kurt Okraku said during the Dinner with the Legends held in Accra last Saturday

“Indeed if you have followed the works of our technical directorate, we are offering more training to coaches and lot of these coaches are ex-footballers” he continued.

“Unfortunately, we don’t see a lot of women going into coaching meanwhile we have the Black Queens, Princess , Maidens and Damsels.

“As a start, we would be offering some free Coaching course for women in the coming season. This is so crucial for the development of the sport”, the GFA boss concluded.



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