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We must get the U15 Girls tournament right to ensure players advance to Black Queens level – Kurt Okraku

President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kurt Okraku has admonished the organising committee of the U15 Girls Inter-Regional Challenge Cup to do a very good job.

The leader of the country’s football association wants the tournament to be successful with the hopes that it will help produce top players who will eventually go on to play for the Black Queens in the future.

“If we get the U15 teams right, the approach will be for them to be promoted en-bloc year after year with only about 10% of the intake being opened for exceptional new faces to be considered. We must get the U15 tournament right to ensure continuing success all the way up to the Black Queens level,” Kurt Okraku said during a meeting with the organising committee of the U15 Girls Inter-Regional Challenge Cup on Tuesday, April 16.

The GFA capo continued, “Our Football DNA clearly speaks about the kind of players that must come through our scheme and this age group is so crucial for us. Player Selectors at the tournament would have to strictly go by the player profiles that our DNA speaks about.”

The maiden edition of the U15 Girls Inter-Regional Challenge Cup is scheduled to be launched on Friday, June 14.



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