The launch of Soccer Talent Hunt to discover the next stars of Ghanaian football – Ghana Latest Football News, Live Scores, Results

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The goal for untapped sportspeople to reach their full potential has been greatly enhanced after the launch of Bjet Sports Consult’s “Soccer Talent Hunt” football reality program in Accra, Ghana.

The objective of the event is to discover the potential of football in the suburbs for proper management to achieve the goal of becoming professional footballers.

After going through the four screening processes, 40 players from the regions will be registered at the Soccer Talent Hunt Academy House for three months in a realistic competition under the supervision of Bjet Sports Consult.

Soccer Talent Hunt is based on the principles of finding potential footballers in every Ghanaian province, developing players for various national teams, and establishing a pool of players for their communities and the country as a whole.

Many current Black Stars players were identified at a very young age and are currently moving on to big teams in Europe. Ghana booked their ticket to the FIFA World Cup in Qatar in November, giving Ghanaian betting fans another opportunity to enjoy remarkable odds on the Betway platform.

Soccer Talent Hunt, chaired by former Accra Hearts of Oak chief executive Neil Armstrong Mortagbe, is open to all players between the ages of 14 and 23, with the winner receiving GHC10,000 and international trials after completing drills with two coaches trained in Europe at the academy. residence.

Mortagbe congratulated BJET Sports Consult Limited on opening the event, calling it a remarkable initiative to help promote football in Ghana.

“In Africa, there are too many talents better than foreign players. but because they have not been discovered and those who have been discovered have not been properly directed to arrive at the height of their talent”.

“My prayer is that the event we are launching today uncovers talent that can be nurtured from an early age to also compete at a global level and not just at an African level,” Mortgabe said.

The event was honored by Andy Sam, former CEO of Ashanti Gold. For his part, Andy said “There are people who are looking for opportunities and without initiatives like this, they would never have come”.

He went further by calling on all stakeholders to support the scheme, saying it would help find more potential and transform the lives of those who serve the country through football. Betway and other companies have launched various community initiatives across Ghana, and their contribution to the development of the sport will certainly go a long way.

Former Black Stars player Augustine Arhinful has expressed his gratitude for the opportunities given to young players to remain relevant in society.

“It is an honor to be part of it, not everyone can use academics to become eminent figures in society. Some should use these talents that God has given us to be able to be relevant.

To achieve their goals as professional players, he advised anyone who wanted to participate in the exercise to be disciplined and dedicated.

Ghana has one of the largest youth football systems in Africa, and such a move will only strengthen the country’s position as a base for future talent. The local football league is also one of the best on the continent, with opportunities for fan engagement through betting at Betway, arguably one of the region’s leading bookmakers.

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