The much heralded Vison FC justify exercise has come to a successful end with 4 players making the grade.
The one week exercise which started on Monday through till Friday saw well over 430 players in attendance from all over the country.
On Monday 132 players turned up for the exercise which was held at the Madina Estate park in Accra, an action that saw 8 players being selected.
The exercise continued on Tuesday with 5 more players being selected and it continued till Thursday after which an Eleven-a-side match was played on Friday between the selected players and the team B of Vision FC for a final shuffling of players.
After the program, only four (4) players, according to the coaches made the grade and will be registered to the team ahead of the upcoming 2016/17 Division One League season.
The program was aimed at getting some very good players to augment their already existing team, one that has impressed many football pundits looking their performance in the season just gone by.
According to the members of the technical staff who made the selection, they were looking at certain traits in the players and once a player possesses these qualities, they automatically get selected to go through to join the ever-vibrant squad of Vision FC.
Two of the four players, Mohammed Sabic and Raymond Jordan Nsomaa who spoke to www.ghanasoccernews.com were excited at the new challenge and were hopeful of making an impact in the upcoming season.
President, founder, and bankroller of Vision FC, Bogdan Aboboo Osekere who was present throughout the week-long exercise, is happy with the exercise and thrilled with the turnout.
He also added that he was confident in the abilities of the technical staff and the players they managed to get out of the lot, adding that next season will see them in a much better shape in all aspects than it was last season.
Vision FC played in the 2015/16 GN Bank Division One League and placed 4th after the season, an action many have applauded especially as it’s their first season in the Division One League.