Former athletics boss to do more for women football -

Former Chief of GAA, George Haldane-Lutterodt Former Chief of the Ghana Athletics Association (GAA), Mr George Haldane-Lutterodt, is eager to ‘pump more blood’ into the arteries of women football in a post-COVID-19 era. “Many people aren’t aware of my small support for women football over the years. They may have known me for athletics, netball and other sports. “Hopefully, if all things settle down after the COVID-19 pandemic, I will do a bit more to give a high-quality lift to the women game,” he told the Times Sports yesterday. According to the former athletics boss, he has been offering some monetary support to women elite » Read More

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