Daniel Acquah, the former Inter Allies goalkeeper, has expressed his desire to enter into a partnership agreement with the Ghanaian Football Association to provide kits for ball boys in various Ghanaian leagues.
Acquah, whose company is known as K. K Acquah Sports Wear, plans to open outlets for various Ghanaian Premier League clubs that want to distribute their replica jerseys to their fans.
Speaking to Enoch Worlanyo on Asempa FM’s SportsNite show, the goalkeeper who filled the post to ensure Inter Allies qualify for the 2013 Ghana Premier League expressed his desire to work with the GFA on kits for ball boys in various leagues across the country.
“Our company is ready to partner with the football association so that we can offer soccer jerseys as well as other relevant products in the local league. This is our little way as a local industry player to grow the game, ”he said.
“We are also available to partner with clubs that want to promote the distribution of their replica jerseys in the country’s football brotherhood,” he added.
His company is based in Mother’s In – near the Awudome roundabout, a suburb of Accra – the capital of Ghana.
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