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Our priority is to turn Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence into at least a 3-star Hotel – Ghana FA Spokesperson

Communication Director of the Ghana Football Association Henry Asante Twum has revealed plan to turn the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence at Prampram into at least a 3-star Hotel.

According to him, the Ghana FA intends to uplift the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence from the money accrued from the Black Stars participation at the 2022 World Cup.

Speaking to Asempa FM, the FA mouthpiece confirmed Ghana earned an amount of $9.5 million at the group stage of the World Cup.

“We want to turn Prampram into an edifice that can house all our national teams.

The plan now is to turn the Ghanaman Centre of Excellence at Prampram to at least a 3-star Hotel with a 60 to 70 capacity.

We want to raise the standard of the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence at Prampram so that it can host matches of all our national teams.

At this moment we are in talks with government and lobbying for these projects. The number one priority is to make Prampram at least a 3-star hotel so that it can house all our national teams” he said.

Ghana exited the 2022 World Cup at group stage after suffering a defeat against Uruguay in their last group game.

After beating South Korea, Ghana needed a win or draw to progress to the knockout face but were unable to negotiate for points against the South American giants, hence their early exit.

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