The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Hasaacas ladies, Evelyn Nsiah Asare has delivered a damning verdict on the current state of affairs surrounding men’s football in the country and has revealed that the Black Stars cannot lift the African championship or World championship and so we should stop investing so much into them but rather channel such investments into women’s football.
Her comments come as no surprise after the exploits of her team, the Hasaacas ladies, in the just ended Confederation of African Football (CAF) women’s champions league in which they came runners up in the tournament.
The CEO of Hasaacas ladies is therefore very upbeat at women’s football in the country at the moment and has therefore called for a rethink in where most to invest our monies.
“We need to do a lot for women’s football if we want to progress. I think it is better to develop women’s football in Ghana here than the men. I don’t want to be a prophet of doom but I don’t see Black Stars lifting the African Championship or the World Championship but the Black Queens can,” she said.
She went on to give suggestions as to how women’s football can be developed, stating that the development of women’s football can be achieved through the club level.
“You develop the Black Queens through the clubs so if the clubs are developed, we will have a very formidable side. U-17 will be good, U-20 will be good and they finish up with the Queens because it is a progressive stage,” she added.