The indefatigable and quick-witted CEO, after retaining his award as the Best Club’s CEO in Ghana for the second consecutive time made a solemn, concise but a sapient appeal to the football fraternity to prioritize the facelift of the youth football. Asante Kotoko CEO in a succinct speech, remarkably prompted the football association to have the mindset towards the nurturing of young talents to aid the growth of Ghana football.
“Twelve years ago, in 2010, Ghana was at the World Cup in South Africa and we made a lot of exploits. Callum Hudson Odoi was then nine years old, Tariq Lamptey was nine years, Eddie Nketiah was nine years old; all I want to tell my football people is that, let’s invest in the youth so that we can continue to grow as a country” Nana Yaw Amponsah in his short address articulated a witty message to his fellow football associates.
Two in two years, the second time the most acknowledged potential Ghana Football Association President has won the best club’s CEO award for Asante Kotoko in his two years regime. After many years, the club has become a self financing, apt in branding, ideas to bewitch the passion of supporters and enchanting varieties of sponsorships.
Thanks to the professionalism and the modernize approach from the Current Best Club’s CEO to restore the renaissance of the two times Caf Champions League Winners.