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The GFA Owns A Lot Of Players In The National Team – Former Black Stars Player Drops Dirty Secrets About Kurt Okraku Player Imposition



Former Black Stars midfielder, Derek Boateng has made a strong claim about ownership of players in Ghana’s national teams with fingers pointing to the President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA).

The 40-year-old Ghanaian international, who made 47 appearances for the Black Stars and played at 2 FIFA World Cup tournaments (2006 and 2010) with the West African team, has revealed that some top-class officials at the Ghana FA own players within the various national teams of the country.
In his claim, he also linked the unimpressive performance of the various Ghanaian national teams to a similar scenario within the teams.
Under the Kurt Okraku-led FA administration, Ghana has not made any impressive move at major tournaments.
 In 2021, Ghana exited the 2021 AFCON tournament at the group stages with an horrible performance, and the 2022 FIFA World Cup was no different as the team was eliminated at the group stages as well.
The Black Starlets which happens to be Ghana’s U17 football team, equally failed to qualify for the 2023 U17 AFCON tournament while the U-20 side also failed to book a ticket to the U-20 AFCON tournament just like the aforementioned national teams.
Meanwhile, the Black Meteors were eliminated from the ongoing U-23 AFCON tournament which is currently being held in Morocco last Friday.

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