After masterminding the transfer of Joseph Paintsil from Tema Youth to Ferencváros and to Genk in Belgium and also Jonah Osabutey from Tema Youth to Werder Bremen in the German Bundesliga, Emmanuel Gyasi and his partners are set to launch the next big thing in terms of football development in Ghana.
Gyasi, a football enthusiast and a top FIFA intermediary will be in Ghana to supervise a talent hunt event set to start in April this year.
The young and visionary FIFA Intermediary seeks to use the platform to unearth raw talents and place them in the best development centers across the world to help them realise their dreams.
His partners are seeking to set up an ultra-modern academy in Ghana with the name GoldCoast Football Academy from the top talents they will identify from the talent hunt exercise.
Starting in Kumasi, the Opoku Ware Senior High School (OWASS) Park will witness the first exercise which starts on April 27th 2019.
With free entry for every young player and the only qualification being one’s talent, the OWASS Park is expected to bleed with a lot of exceptional talents when the exercise finally starts.
In the video below, Emmanuel Gyasi explains the vision and mission of Gold Coast Academy as well as the modalities of the exercise slatted for next month.
Source: Football made in Ghana