In response to the recent subpar performance of the senior national team, the Black Stars, at the Africa Cup of Nations Cote D’Ivoire 2023, the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has extended a formal apology to the people of Ghana and all stakeholders.
Acknowledging the shared disappointment and frustration among the football-loving nation, the GFA took full responsibility for the team’s failure to meet the high expectations.
Following a key meeting involving the Executive Council of the Association and Chairmen of the Regional Football Associations (RFAs) on Tuesday, January 30, 2024, the GFA assured stakeholders that necessary steps are being taken to address the issues at hand.
A comprehensive review of the team’s strategies, training methods, compensation structures, and overall organizational framework is currently underway.
Expressing gratitude for the steadfast support of stakeholders, the GFA committed to working tirelessly alongside them to build a stronger and more competitive team.
The Association emphasized that the loyalty and passion of the supporters are crucial motivating factors in the ongoing efforts to rebuild and enhance the standard of Ghanaian football.
Amidst the challenging time, the GFA appealed for understanding and reiterated its dedication to restoring the pride and success desired for the Ghana Black Stars.
Together with the continued support of the nation, they aim to emerge stronger and more resilient.