Ali Royals Surfing & Soccer Foundation CEO Glad For Blacks Stars Game In Cape Coast


Ali Royals Surfing & Soccer Foundation CEO Glad For Blacks Stars Game In Cape Coast
Coach Ali Yakubu CEO of Cape Coast based Ali Royals Surfing & Soccer Foundation is one of the many personalities in the former capital town of the Gold Coast who are happy that the senior national team are playing their FIFA World Cup Qualifier at the new stadium.

He told Yours Truly, it is motivational and inspiring that after the local Black Star of Ghana have hosted and won the Fox Sports WAFU Cup, their senior colleagues may also be lucky to win again against Egypt.

According to Coach Yakubu who has deep interest in unearthing and grooming young footballers with the support of other Non-Governmental Agencies said hosting the Black Stars in Cape Coast has brought a new wind of soccer fever in the ancient town with every football fan wishing to see some international stars with their naked eyes for the first time.
He wished the Black Stars well and prayed that they prove that in spite of losing the chance to go to their four World Cup in a row, Ghana Football is still competitive and the best in Africa.

He noted that a win by Ghana is also going to award the team points in the FIFA rankings.
Ali Yakubu said his mission and mission of unearthing and developing talents is on course and this team have started surfing lessons at Kormantsie since they went on break in May,2017 and the kids and youth were much happy to seen surfing back.

“We are really need sponsorship or partnership to improve our soccer, surfing and swimming lessons with some of underprivileged children and youth in Ghana” he said.
Indeed, Coach Ali Yabuku deserves some recognition and reward or honour for what he has been doing over the years in the Central region.

He has eyes for football talents and some of his players were declared best at the Aspire Dreams Football project.

Ali Yakubu also believes in attracting the young sportsmen and women through the power of sports for education, and he has helped many children to love going to school.
He said the Black Stars can win the next African Cup of Nations if the people of Ghana come together to support the team, and shy away from politics.

Story by Sammy Heywood Okine

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