Ghanaian trainer, Samuel Paa Kwesi Fabin has lamented bitterly over how talents are being wasted in the football space. With Ghana failing to plan and give direction to their football, has seen players dream unfulfilled.
Few weeks ago, the Ghana Football Association (GFA) launched Ghana Football philosophy – DNA to unearth and nurture young talents with specific philosophy in other to make steps toward development.
According to the former Black Starlets and Asante Kotoko SC coach Samuel Paa Kwesi Fabin, the new step will help improve scouting system and put many talents in to use.
“I’ve said time and again that Ghana abounds in a lot of talent.
“However, like in other companies or jurisdictions where waste is a problem, we are wasting a lot of talent in Ghana because our scouting system is not strong enough”
“But I believe that if we can put a robust scouting system in place, we can unearth these talents”, Fabin told Citi Sports.
“With this new philosophy, we will be able to move the country forward and reach the levels that we all pray to achieve.”
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