Right to Dream

World class outfit Right To Dream Academy?have launched their website to serve as communication platform for their followers around the globe.

The short but impressive ceremony took place at the head office of Tullow Oil in Accra.

The portal www.righttodream.com provides an insight into the dealings of one of the biggest football academies in Africa and showcase the many talents that have gazed through their system.

According to?James Meller ,Director of partnership at Right to Dream, the news portal will provide essential information on the progress of the academy and share it with the rest of the world.

?Ghana is blessed with rich soccer talents and we need to communicate this to the outside world, hence the creation of this platform to make known to the public with particular reference to our module-combining school and soccer,? Milner said at a short media briefing.

?Right to Dream deserve a better platform to communicate their achievements. Though started very small some 15 years ago, we have grown to become one of the best academies in all aspects on the continent.

?The results are there for everybody to see. Having produced great players scattered all over the world, notably; Black Stars duo of Abdul Majeed Warris, David Acam, the website tells detailed stories about its graduates, how they started and their ambitions,? he added.

Chief Executive of Tullow Oil, Charles Duku applauded the partnership between the two outfits and promised his company?s continuous support for the academy.

Right to Dream have won several international competitions since it was established by former Manchester United Africa chief scout Tom Vernon in 2000.

Since 1999, Right to Dream has transformed from a non-resident youth team based on a dust pitch in Accra to the leading football academy in Africa ? with over 90 talented young, Africans studying on scholarship, and over 60 graduates playing football in Europe and furthering their education as student-athletes in the USA.


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