Ghana legend Abedi Pele is focused on nurturing budding talents and not interested in qualifying his Nania FC team to Ghana’s elite division – at least in the interim.
The second-tier side announced their readiness to recapture the Ghana MTN FA cup title after thrashing Bofoakwa Tano 4-0 on Tuesday.
The Accra-based side put up a vintage performance against the former Premier League side at the Accra sports stadium and went way with the heavy win.
Nania became a household name in the country after beating giants Kotoko to lift the Cup two seasons ago.
The feat saw their players emerging on the books on many top-flight sides with Prince Baffoe and captain Lawrence Lartey joining Kotoko and Ashantigold respectively.
Pele, who masterminded the famous achievement says his main focus is to groom up-coming talents.
“We are not interested in qualifying to the Premier League at the moment. We’re just focused on nurturing up-and-coming talents,” Pele said
“When we won the FA cup two years ago, many of our players left and so we have now re-organized ourselves.
“I believe there will an improved performance from this team in the weeks and months ahead.
“In future if we get the opportunity to play at the top-level, we’ll grab it.”
Nania have progressed to the round of 32.