GFA tasks two to write policy on women’s football

The Ghana Football Association sets up a subcommittee to work on development of the women’s game

The Ghana Football Association has tasked Naa Odofoley Nortey and Habiba Attah Forson, an Executive Council member, to come up with a comprehensive policy document on women’s football.

The GFA statement which confirmed the news said that they have two weeks to come up with a draft that will be considered and, if found to be reasonable, approved by the Executive Council.

This was confirmed by a Ghana Football Association statement which also said that the document has to be made available within two weeks.

Stronger branding

According to the GFA, the decision was taken during a meeting of the national team’s department led by Deputy General Secretary Alex Asante, the Black Queens management committee and the GFA president, Kurt E S Okraku.

The GFA hopes that the policy will fast-track the Association’s vision of improving visibility, packaging and branding.

Victor Tamakloe

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