Andre Dede Ayew call on government to construct Astro Turf facilities across the country, as he commends Wembley Sports


The Ghana Black Stars has completed a two day training sessions on the yet to be completed ultra modern Astro turf facility at the Libya Quarters Madina, here in Accra. Residents and not residents alike were astonished by the beauty and quality nature of the project being constructed by Wembley Sports Construction Company Limited.

The two day training by the Black Stars in Madina before traveling to São Tomé drew massive support from the people who live in Madina and it’s surrounding areas who thronged the Astro Turf to catch a glimpse of the players and also to wish them well. Many were those who were amazed at the magnificent Astro Turf.

One player who was excited by the world class edifice is Black Stars captain Andre Ayew who was quick to praise the men behind the project and the quality of work done. He said, “First of all I want to thank the authorities for this facility in Madina, this is the best astro turf I have played on and and I was surprised when I was told a Ghanaian built it. Not just me but all the players are happy playing on this and we want to come here often to play”.

The Swansea City top marks man believes the construction of these facilities in other areas will help restore the country’s juvenile soccer. “I grew up here in Madina and we never had this, this is world class and having this everywhere in the country will help unearth and enhance the talents among the young ones, which kid will not like to play on a pitch like this? So I think the government must help provide more of this in the northern, eastern, western and central parts of the country and we will produce greater players than we have now”.

The Black Stars take on São Tomé and Principe on Monday in the second game of the 2021 AFCON qualifiers.

The captain of the side Andrew Ayew assured the teeming supporters of the team’s commitment to wining tomorrow’s game and go ahead to qualify for the ultimate.


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