Patrick Akoto, the Director of Communications of Medeama SC, has been named head of the esteemed Ghana Has Talent Committee.
The national Division Two Super Cup, which is expected to unite the top Division Two clubs from all over the country on a single, exciting stage, will be mostly managed by this committee.
In addition to being a competition, the Division Two Super Cup serves as a springboard for winners from local Division Two Leagues. It is intended to act as a training ground, helping these outstanding teams hone their abilities in anticipation of the much awaited Access Bank Division One League.
Akoto has an impressive 15 years of experience in football administration, so he is familiar with the nuances of communications and media management in the sports industry.
Akoto, a renowned alumnus of Ghana Institute of Journalism and Accra Academy, has a wealth of knowledge and a thorough understanding of the sports sector.
Stephen Appiah, the General Manager of PAC Academy, becomes the Vice Chairman of the committee, adding another layer of leadership beyond Akoto.
With the help of a talented group that includes Mohammed Iddi, Kelvin Aboagye, and Edem Kofi Ansah, the committee is ready to launch Ghana into a new era of football brilliance.
In addition to highlighting Ghana’s dedication to developing football talent at the grassroots level, this strategic move establishes the Division Two Super Cup as a pillar of the country’s football advancement.