Don’t dwell on your past success – Spectator Editor urges G.O. Sports Academy

Don’t dwell on your past success  –  Spectator Editor urges G.O. Sports Academy

Editor of The Spectator, Mr Emmanuel Amponsah, has advised the George Ofori (GO) Sports Academy to continue to sacrifice in other to achieve more laurels and become one of the best in Ghana.

He made this remark after welcoming an entourage from the Academy led by Team Manager, Mrs Love Agbalekpor.

“I was passionate about their success when they began this journey some years back. It has not been easy.

“In Ghana, there are lots of obstacles in sports, particularly football – and you need to have the right expertise with strong financial background to be able to reach the top,” he said.

He urged the team to scale through challenging moments they may encounter and applauded them for their indefatigable efforts and success achieved.

Mr Amponsah pledged his outfit’s unremitting support to put the Academy in the limelight and advised them to remain focused and resolute.

Mrs Agbalekpor earlier assured Mr Amponsah of the team’s determination to get to the apex.

“The team won’t sit back and bank on their previous successes but will continue to work hard and also ensure that their relation goes a long way to put the Academy on the map,” she said.

The G.O. Sports Academy is a football club based in Avatime, in the Ho West District of the Volta Region.

It was established in 2018 by US-based George Ofori with the aim of building on the talents of the less-privileged through education.

The Academy, which was crowned champions in the U-13, U-15 and U-17 divisions of the Volta Regional Juvenile League, also has a second division side that competes in the third-tier of Ghana football.

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