President of Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kurt Okraku has spoken about the ongoing disturbing issue that has got to do with players leaving the Ghanaian leagues for opportunities abroad.
This has been a great deal in recent years and has had a somewhat negative impacts on the Ghana game local leagues.
Speaking to the media, recognised the challenges associated with retaining talent within the local leagues. He emphasized that finding a solution to this issue would take time and concerted efforts.
“If we are able to improve the economic health of our league, club owners will be able to get more resources to invest in their clubs and also invest in the players,” President Okraku explained.”
He added that once there is more investment in the leagues, players may be more inclined to stay and develop their careers locally.
However, he acknowledged that this is a gradual process that will require time and commitment.