Ghana Football Association Executive Council member Frederick Acheampong has disclosed that improving the performance of national teams is a top priority for Kurt Okraku in his second term as president.
Acheampong retained his position in the decision-making committee of the country’s football governing body after last week’s elections in Tamale.
Kurt Okraku, after going unopposed for the presidency following the disqualification of contender George Afriyie.
While acknowledging the notable accomplishments achieved in their initial term, Acheampong stressed the importance of improving the performance of the national teams after the mass failures in their first term.
"If you analyze the past four years, I think that relatively, we have achieved a lot, but there are many areas that also need improvement,” Acheampong said, as quoted by GhanaWeb.
“Improving the performance of the national team in international competitions and infrastructure development are also top priorities because we laid the foundation in our first term," he added.