Former secretary, Regional Juvenile Committee – Greater Accra – Rev. Emmanuel N.K Ankamah has implored the Ghana Football Association to decentralize the registration of footballers.

The President of the Ghana FA, Kurt Okraku in a post on social media revealed there are over 70,000 registered players across the football pyramid in the country.

Proferring solutions on how to improve the system and ensure a smooth sailing process during registration, former chairman of Accra West District Football Association, Rev. Ankamah said:

“Per the analysis made by the FA concerning number of players we register every year, some of us are of the view that, the registration of players need to be decentralized,” he made this suggestions in a social media discourse on WhatsApp – Sports Court.

He continued: “Imagine someone coming from Wale Wale because of a problem on his registration. This problem has made us not to play our league with cards. When the FA decentralize the player registration, it will lessen the burden on the FA,”

“All District and Regional FAs should vet the registration of players. The FA should only set an eagle eye on the process,” he ended.

The founder of Division Three club, Royal Eagles wants national juvenile Congress to be held in order to share ideas whiles calling for best practices in the past to be revisited.

“I believe we should revisit the past when we played regional juvenile competitions,”

“And also hold national juvenile Congress to share ideas as it was in the past.”

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