Oliver König, partner of Accra Lions, has boldly declared West Africa as the unparalleled global leader in talent acquisition.
As he fervently champions the region’s exceptional potential, König sheds light on West Africa’s unrivaled pool of prodigious individuals.
With unwavering conviction, he insists that the region’s prominence extends far beyond its rich cultural heritage, captivating the attention of the world with an abundance of exceptional skills and limitless possibilities.
König added that if the best infrastructure is provided the world will see world class players.
“West Africa has the biggest talent pool in the world. If you love football and want the best talent then West Africa is the place. The hope is that when we provide the best infrastructure, we will see World Class players,” he said at the Accra Lion’s partnership event.
Ghana Football Association president Kurt Okraku, Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) boss Tony Baffoe, Sports Minister Hon. Mustapha Ussif, and other football personalities were at the partnership event on Tuesday morning.
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