GFA President Kurt Okraku has reiterated his commitment to investing in capacity building of all the national team coaches.
He made the pledge during a meeting with the newly appointed head coaches and management Committee heads of the various national teams last Friday.
Footballmadeinghana.com understands that the governing body plans to send the coaches out of the country periodically to have attachment with foreign clubs.
This will be aimed at keeping them up to speed with modern managerial skills as well as refreshing their technical abilities.
“The GFA will invest in capacity building for National team coaches across board. On the other hand we are hoping the coaches and technical handlers will repay the trust reposed in them by ensuring the best players are selected to represent our nation”, Kurt said.
The GFA boss explained that this is crucial to sustaining and improving the game’s development.