Former Ghana Black Satellites midfielder Prince Kofi Chaniss is ready to help develop football talents across the length and breadth of the African continent.
The young football administrator who owns Chaniss Football situated in Ghana as well as Kenya also has a management agency and he hopes to give players and coaches the perfect platform to excel.
“My aim and vision for creating the academy is to produce a platform for scouting and nurturing raw African talents to be well equipped for the big European markets and elsewhere.” Chaniss told Sportsworldghana.com
“Through this Academy, I want to help players realize their dreams and in turn participate in elevating their families, communities,and others back home.”
“Currently, some of our players in Europe include Cedric Badolo of FK Pohronie in Slovakia, Omija Alphonce of Kariobangi Sharks and coach Tomas Trucha of FC Penang in Malaysia.”
Chaniss was part of the Ghana Under 20 team in 2009 and played the qualifiers but did not make the world cup squad.
At club level, he played for Feyernoord Academy, IFK Gothenburg and Jonkopings in Sweden, Shusha FK in Azerbaijan and Bec Tero in Thailand.