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GFA BOSS VISITS BLACK METEORS, CHARGED THEM TO END 15 YEAR ABSENCE FROM THE OLYMPIC TOURNAMENT


Kurt Okraku (middle) with Sammy Anim (first)  and other Executive Council members at Black Meteors camp. 

The newly elected GFA boss, Mr. Kurt Okraku on Monday morning visited the Black Meteors in their camp.

The visit was part of engaging the players by knowing first hand information on the ground and instilling confidence in the players to ensure smooth qualifications to the next Olympic tournament.


Mr. Kurt Okraku charged the players and the technical staff of the Black Meteors to end the 15 year absence from the Olympic tournaments.

Ghana last played in the Olympic tournaments in 2004 hosted in Athens. Black Meteors has since failed to qualify, a situation many have said is worrying.


Mr. Okraku was accompanied by some Executive Council members such as Sammy Anim, Oduro Sarfo, Randy Abbey and among others.

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