The Ghana Football Association (GFA) is looking to establish a partnership with the Spanish Football Federation towards the development of Ghana Football. Already, the GFA and the Spanish Embassy in Ghana, have began bilateral negotiations towards the establishment of a technical cooperation between the two football federations.
Recently, the GFA president Mr Kurt Edwin Okraku paid a courtesy call on the Spanish Ambassador to Ghana Alicia Rico and the Deputy Head of Missions at the Embassy, Rafael Rodriguez Albalah during which they held a preliminary discussion on how Ghana football could benefit from Spanish Expertise and other important areas.
The GFA president and the Spanish Envoy discussed the levels of technical cooperation between the two countries, particularly between Ghanaian coaches and their Spanish counterparts and also between the two football federations.
During the meetings, the Spanish Ambassador was said to have expressed her delight at the opportunity to deepen the ties between the two countries , particularly in the area of football and pledged to help develop technical cooperation between the GFA and the Spanish federation. Also being explored are the opportunities for training of Ghanaian refrees and administrators between the two countries.