The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has selected five Women’s football Coaches for a one-year Coach Education program to support the development of players.
The five coaches including Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo, Charles Anokye Frimpong, Joyce Boatey-Agyei, Anita Wiredu, and Edna Quagraine commenced on Monday, January 2, 2023, and is the first step to train coaches at different levels of the female national teams.
The training according to GFA would impart a great deal of knowledge and experience to players in Women’s football and the entire football ecosystem.
The program which covers different learning opportunities will be offered in study blocks. It covers online education sessions (bi-weekly), homework and self-study at different European clubs (mostly top clubs in the Netherlands), and education in specialized areas: Fitness & Tactics
The onsite visits will be for a period of one month followed by support from a mentor coach.
The program is part of efforts by the Technical Directorate of the Ghana Football Association to improve the technical capacity of our Coaches to come to terms with the modern trends in football.
This training is headed by UEFA Coaching instructor Hesterine de Reus and experts from the Netherlands.