Cheetah FC Boss Hayye Yartey Donates Items & Cash To Ghana Blind Sports Association

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President of Cheetah FC Abdul Hay Yartey this afternoon donated some items plus cash to the Ghana Blind Sports Association at the Accra sports stadium, as they continue preparations towards their Tokyo 2020 qualifiers slated for Nigeria.

The items include ghc2000 cash, 20 pieces of Lacoste, 2 sets of training vests, 16 pairs of jerseys, 2 pairs of goalkeeper’s jersey, 18 pairs of hose, 16 pairs of shin guard, 5 boxes of mineral water, 5 packs of t-roll, 5 cartons of assorted drinks and 7 packets of biscuit.

Ghana Olympic Committee, Ben Nunu Mensah who made the presentation of behalf of Hay Yartey, was thrilled with the gesture and called on other individuals and corporate Ghana to emulate.

On his part, the President, founder, and bankroller of Cheetah FC, Abdul Hayye Yartey said as a Club, they believe in giving back to society at any given time the need arises, so they decided to come to the aid of the association as they prepare the team for Nigeria where they will be playing against the likes of Ivory Coast, Mali, hosts Nigeria among others.

Formed in 2009, the club has built a strong reputation for producing young talented players in Ghana and beyond and this year marks 10 years since the formation of the Club.

Cheetah FC has produced very good players for both local and European clubs and the Ghana National Teams (Starlets), (Satellites) as well as the senior team, (Black Stars).

Notable among these players are New Castle United’s Christian Atsu who is now a key feature for the senior national men’s football team, Black Stars.

Alhassan Wakaso, Mohammed Iddriss and his national under-17 colleague Emmanuel Toku and Ernest Ohemeng are but a few of the players that the Kasoa based side has produced in its short but illustrious existence.

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