The Normalization Committee which is at present looking at bettering the fortunes of soccer in Ghana immediately after Anas’ expose dubbed Number 12 says Ghana’s early exit from the AFCON is a wake up call on the state to have a 2nd look at football’s blueprint in Ghana.
In accordance to a statement launched by the committee, there is the will need for a total overhaul of the Ghanaian method in buy to make matters ideal from the grassroots of soccer.
To the committee, this is the recipe for Ghana to create a sound staff that will be really competitive.
The Normalization Committee utilised the possibility to thank all stakeholders who supported the Black Stars.
BLACK STARS’ ELIMINATION FROM THE 2019 Complete CAF AFRICAN CUP OF NATIONS
The Normalisation Committee of the Ghana Soccer Association is incredibly saddened by the exit of the senior national soccer workforce, the Black Stars from the Overall CAF African Cup of Nations.
Like our expectant compatriots, we expected an thrilling match, which would culminate in a effective climax of ending our agonising 37-calendar year for the Afcon trophy.
The African Cup of Nations has turn out to be aggressive about the many years, and with the historic raise in the quantity of taking part groups, we ended up effectively conscious of the challenging activity which awaited the Black Stars in Egypt.
As a result, the Normalisation Committee, with the concerted endeavours of crucial stakeholders, particularly the Authorities of Ghana, set out to make sure the very best of preparations for the Black Stars toward achieving the countrywide goal of ending our Afcon trophy-drought.
The pre-tournament global helpful in Accra, the early camping in Dubai, the pleasant matches and incentive deals for the crew have been all part of strategies and processes in direction of attaining the elusive dream of profitable the African Cup in Egypt.
Regrettably, our desire, when once more, has finished in disappointment, regardless of the assure the team’s early assure in the group phase, specifically getting enhanced noticeably in our last team match h with Guinea Bissaeu.
The Normalisation Committee understands the national temper of disappointment, following our distressing elimination by way of the nerve-racking penalty shootout defeat to to Tunisia.
On behalf of the GFA and the soccer fraternity, we desire to apologise to the good people today of Ghana for the agonizing exit of the Black Stars.
As we have normally taken care of, the long run of Ghana soccer is brilliant, but we can only reclaim our shed glory if the soccer fraternity continues to be centered on the improvement of our game to catch up with our rivals in the environment, in particular on the African continent.
This early elimination of the Black Stars is yet another unhappy fact for the football fraternity and the nation to a more substantial extent, to have a 2nd glance at our soccer blue print shifting ahead.
The Normalisation Committee is self-confident that the restructuring process we have started out given that last year, will lay a reliable foundation on which the potential of Ghana soccer would be built 1st and most importantly, to reinforce and make improvements to our domestic soccer infrastructure, club administration and finances, and turn all around the community league to be enjoyable, player-ridiculous system, as very well as supporter and sponsorship- interesting.
All these collectively, will aid us claim our leading of position posture in regional, continental and world soccer in each male and female online games.
We cannot finish this statement without having thanking various stakeholders, particularly the President, Governing administration (through the Ministry of Youth and Athletics and other companies), the Parliamentary Pick out Committee on Youth, Lifestyle and Sports, as well as the men and women of Ghana for their committed support to the Black Stars for this Afcon campaign.
His Excellency President Akufo-Addo demonstrated his personal assistance towards the staff for the duration of the qualifiers, before and during the tournament. The Government of Ghana also showed its solid assistance to the staff by providing whichever the staff necessary for a successful marketing campaign.
We also enjoy the help of GNPC to the workforce.
Lastly, we salute the great people today of Ghana for their unwavering help to the Black Stars through the tournament.
Even when the going was challenging for the staff just after its stuttering begin with successive draws in opposition to Benin and Cameroon, Ghanaians remained solidly behind the workforce and lifted them up by way of encouraging words and phrases, especially on social media back again to its glory days.
We also acknowledge the function of the media in rallying aid for the crew in advance of and through the marketing campaign.
The Normalisation Committee will continue to solicit and rely on the guidance of Ghanaians as we continue with the arduous, but surmountable endeavor of restoring Ghana soccer again to it’s glory days.
SIGNED: GFA NORMALISATION COMMITTEE