Na God FC aims at qualification after GFA announces division two play-offs

Na God Football Club

Following the decision announced by the Ghana Football Association of the division 2 play-offs to replace Inter Allies in the National Division One League Zone 3, Na God in an interview with has set sights on qualification to the first division.

Speaking to the Public Relations Officer of the Greater Accra division two club said, the news came as a surprise but was sure of qualifying after the play-offs.

"It was a surprise to us, but we are going all out for the qualification"

The season under review has seen players getting a fine deal outside the shores of the country, this has seen players from Na God FC going to the bargaining table to sell its players abroad, a news denied by the PRO Derrick Doku Boateng said no player has been sold as all players since the break of the news have been asked to report to camp ahead of the play-offs.

"No player has been sold as yet, all players have been called back to camp and preparations are currently on going"

Na God were the losing side in the Greater Accra Regional Football Association Division two middle league. A last minute goal from Rences FC denied Na God qualification.

They face Volta's second placed Agbogba FC and Port City FC from the Eastern Region who also lost to Abuakwa Susubribi FC in the Eastern Regional Division two middle league final.

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