Ghana Football Association President Kwesi Nyantakyi started his work in 2014 by meeting some supporter-groups to outline the sport-body’s vision on New Year’s Day.
More than 500 fans turned up in Nima, a suburb of Accra, as Mr Nyantakyi interacted with them.
He assured them of a thorough preparation for the Black Stars at the 2014 World Cup.
“This is a very important year for Ghana football and key to this is the 2014 World Cup which we have already qualified,” Nyantakyi said.
“I want to tell you that government is committed to ensuring some of you go to Brazil to support the Black Stars bring laurels to the country.
“I want to assure you that on our part as the GFA we will facilitate your activities by giving you the necessary support to ensure that your travel to various tournaments to support Ghana are smooth,” he told the supporters group MISUGHA.
He revealed that the other national teams including the women’s sides will unveil their full plans by the end of this month with the vision of making them fight to global titles.
On the domestic competitions, Mr Nyantakyi explained that plans are afoot to boost the local league this year following the huge leap of getting continental broadcasters SuperSport to cover the league.
He also stated the GFA will continue to fund the women’s league whiles they still seek external sponsors.
He promised that youth football will see a massive lift since changes in the structure of the colts league and training of coaches were implemented last year.
Nyantakyi thanked Ghana football supporters for their comportment throughout last year and urged them to continue to support Ghana football.