Juvenile Club Owners Association Of Ghana “JUCOAG” spokesperson Justice Asare Nkansah with joy has praised the Ghana Football Association’s President, Kurt Edwin Simon Okraku for reviving the National Juvenile football.
The Ghana football association yesterday launched juvenile league 2020/2021 and to be started on May 7 2021 after a ver long absence of the nation’s youth league. This has earned the FA lots of “hails and praises” from juvenile football loving fans and club administrators.
amnewsworld.com in an exclusive interview with the Public Relations Officer for Juvenile Club Owners Association of Ghana “JUCOAG”, he said…
“We must thank the Ghana Football Association and other stakeholders involved in making this possible because we have waited for so long.
“We all know the essence of establishing a proper juvenile league in our country, and we can testify as a nation the rate at which we had lost our naturally gifted footballers”.
“It’s a good initiative for Ghana football now and in the future and also very positive news for JUCOAG as an association”.
“The provision of technical directors to monitor our league shows the seriousness, readiness and how professional the Ghana football want the juvenile league”.
“We JUCOAG, are grateful to the football governing body and happily welcomes the season”.
“We believe the league is going to be more competitive because of some named prizes to be awarded at the end of the season”.
“We plead the FA on officiating, our kids we’re training today are our stars for the national teams in the future and we will urge the Ghana Football Association to have a critical look at how the juvenile league is going to be officiated”.
“Kurt’s led adminstration has been fantastic so far, the introduction of ‘catch the young referee policy’ and now bringing back national juvenile footbal is absolutely incredible”.
“JUCOAG will encourage it’s members to fully partake in the upcoming season as we wish them well”.
“We’ll however appeal to all football loving fans to troop to venues to watch our kids’ playing during match days”.
“To make the youth league too more attractive to watch, individuals and cooperate bodies should come on board and sponsor our juvenile league”. He pleaded…