Prosper Narteh Ogum, a former Asante Kotoko coach, thinks that if the recently unveiled football DNA is properly followed, the nation will annex trophies.
A similar playing style would be adopted by all of the youth national teams of the nation, according to a statement made last week by the Ghana Football Association (GFA).
The former WAFA head trainer further asserts that, with proper DNA execution, Ghana will be successful on the international level.
“Sure, that. Trophies will come naturally if we do the development effectively. He assured Citi Sports that it would be simple.
“Building a house is like development. When the foundation is solid, the rest is rather simple.
“I believe it will be relatively easier for us to excel at the elite level if we are able to get our developmental football well established.”
Ghana hopes to build a solid foundation for its future football players by embracing a united playing style through the adoption of the football DNA, boosting the possibility that they will win major trophies and get recognition on a worldwide scale.
Ghana’s most recent noteworthy football victory came in the shape of the Mauritania-hosted 2021 U-20 Africa Cup of Nations.
The Black Satellites won the competition under the direction of Head Coach Abdul Karim Zito.