Lack of investment to blame for Ghana’s AFCON drought – Former GFA boss

Ghana’s AFCON drought is due to insufficient investment – Former GFA president Ghana was eliminated from the 2021 AFCON group stage in Cameroon after failing to win a single game.

According to Dr. Tamakloe, for the state to reap the rewards, it must be willing to invest in the game.

Because he invested in football, Nkrumah was able to win two championships. He said.

“For the previous four decades, we have been unable to achieve anything because we do not invest enough money into football; you get what you put in.”

“If the government is truly committed to bringing the AFCON cup back to Ghana, they must invest massively in football.”

The qualifiers for the 2023 AFCON will commence the following month, with the Black Stars facing Madagascar in their opening match.

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