The president of the Ghana League Club Association, Kudjo Fianoo said all Ghanaians should be blamed for the inability of the national teams to excel in their respective tournaments.
He explained that Ghana’s performance last year was not impressive.
“Let’s all accept the fact that we all contribute to it. Ghana, we did not qualified for the 2018 World Cup, same in CHAN, U20 also did not qualify.
”Starlets qualified but Ghana, we have the track record when it comes to the U17 World Cup. We have won the cup twice so when you get to the quarter-final stage, I think it’s not enough “, Kudjo added.
Meanwhile the Public Relations Officer of the Ghana Football Association, Ibrahim Sannie Daara believes Ghana’s football will be much better in 2018. He said this in a media briefing on Monday.
“We are looking forward to a better footballing year as the female U20 national team begin preparations this month for the World Cup in June, series of friendly matches lined up for Black Stars in March and June then a major assignment in September. Also, we will host the Africa Women Championship in November.
“Our premier league clubs, Aduana Stars and Asante Kotoko will represent the country in this season’s CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup respectively and hoping all these footballing activities go well,” Sannie emphasised.
The Black Stars and the Black Starlets failed in 2017 to qualify for the fourth consecutive World Cup slated for Russia, and to the finals of the just ended U17 World Cup in India, respectively.