According to Coleman, his outfit, responsible for the organisation of the Ghana version of the Dubai International Cup won by Lizzy Sports Academy, will do everything within their reach to ensure the Ghanaian side stage a great claim of excellence for Ghana at the tournament.
Lizzy Sports Academy emerged winners of the Ghana version of the Dubai International Cup to earn a ticket to represent Ghana at the international tournament after beating Dansoman Barcelona in the final.
Despite putting in a lot of money and other resources to ensure the Ghanaian side stages a good outing in the tournament, Willem says he is proud of what his organisation is doing and is sure Ghana will be represented well.
"We are putting in a lot of money to ensure the team gets to Dubai for the tournament. Accommodation, ticketing and a whole lot are all being shouldered by Centa14.
"But we are positive with whatever we are doing and remain very optimistic that Lizzy Sports Academy will make Ghana proud," Coleman told Ghanasoccernet.com
He revealed that the Ghana version of Dubai International Cup will be institutionalised in Ghana and be played again next year. Read Full Story