Szijjarto, who is on a state visit to Ghana, also announced that the Hungarian Football Federation had agreed to extend an invitation to the GFA later this year to begin negotiations on how the two associations could cooperate.


Fred Crentsil, Vice-President of the GFA, who welcomed the delegation, mentioned women’s football, infrastructural and grassroots development as areas key to the GFA in the next phase of its developmental agenda.

He sought support from Hungary in terms of the GFA’s developmental agenda, especially in the area of youth football as well as developing the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence at Prampram, some 60 km east of the capital.

Crentsil recalled the cordial relations between Ghana and Hungary in the area of football which saw Hungarian Jozsef Ember appointed as head coach of the Black Stars in 1963, calling for the renewal of that rapport. Enditem

Source: Xinhua


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