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G.O Sports Academy CEO commends team for superb performance in Ho Municipal Juvenile League

Chief Executive Officer for G.O Sports Academy, Mr. George Ofori has commended the players for their consistent and outstanding performance in the ongoing Ho Municipal Juvenile League.

In their maiden season in the league, G O Sports Academy have exceeded expectation and currently occupy the first position spot in all the three categories on the league table.

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Speaking in an interview with Extv, George Ofori intimated that, their dreams and ambition of establishing G. O sports Academy have come to pass.

“Our fulfillment was to impact the young boys life, for instance, some of our players are studying at the SHS. The rest of the players are also in JHS and Primary School, that are our major points.

“We want to change the narrative of how society has thought of street boys. So that, in the end, they will not be discriminated against and also restore discipline in them. We aim to generate this into them and so far we were able to attain all these. The rest of the teams will testify that on and off the field our player’s attitudes are different”.

“No G. O Sports Academy player will complain about the referee’s decision or insult officials. These are some of the attitudes we want to restore in the players. Nevertheless, these young boys have understood the concept”.

And I think so far we have done well and this is our first time testing the Juvenile League. If we can battle for the first spot in the league, I think we are not disappointed.

Written by Talks Ghana Media

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