The President of the Ghana Football Association, Mr. Kurt Okraku has assured the Black Starlets team about the plans the association has for their future.
He stated that, the Ghana FA is keen to develop the players despite crushing out of the 2022 West African Football Union (WAFU) zone B tournament.
The Black Starlets suffered a narrow defeat to the Young Stallions of Burkina Faso at the Cape Coast stadium on Tuesday evening.
Ghana will therefore missed a chance to play in the next CAF U17 Championship later this year in Algeria and will therefore missed a chance to play at the World Cup.
“We share in your pain. You gave it your all and you gave your best but we didn’t get the result we all wanted,”
“The developmental agenda of the GFA will continue with this group of players. This is one of the processes leading to your full development, Kurt Okraku said.
While stressing that the results isn’t what was expected, he assured his outfit’s support to ensure they reach their full potential.
“You didn’t get the favourable results today but your future looks bright and you will be good.”
“This is not the end of the road. There are a lot of talents in this group and we will give you the support to blossom.”
“We appreciate what you have done. Your efforts and hard work will pay off one day,” he added.