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Ghana international David Accam startled by UNJUST reportage about Right To Dream Academy

Ghana international David Accam has expressed disgust and shock at recent reportage of bad treatment to players of Right To Dream Academy, insisting it’s only an ungrateful graduate who will run down the institution.

Recent reports, especially in the Danish and Dutch newspapers are that, kids at the academy are maltreated with their fundamental human rights trampled upon.

The one-sided stories of these newspapers have received wide bashing in the Ghanaian media especially when the positives from the academy are unmeasurable.

Accam who is a graduate of the academy took to his twitter handle and questioned the rationale behind a former star of the academy being used to run down the system.

“So sad to hear the accusations towards Right To Dream Academy. Completely unjust image of an organization and family doing so much for the future of Ghana. Any honest graduate will tell you this,” Accam tweeted.

Right To Dream Academy remains the only football club that has employed an indigenous Ghanaian coach as part of their technical staff, offering him the opportunity to be on the bench of a top European club.

Didi Dramani, former trainer of Kumasi Asante Kotoko started his coaching career with the side is currently with Nordjylland FC in Denmark.

The academy is also credited with the quality of education they provide players as well as healthcare.

Many Ghanaian top-flight footballers, both male and female trace their roots to Right To Dream Academy.

Nantes striker Majeed Waris, Accam of Philadelphia Union, Thomas Agyepong, Yaw Yeboah, Abu Mohammed, Kudus Mohammed, Ibrahim Sadick and many others are all products of the academy.

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Frank Darkwah

Ghanaian Sports Journalist who specializes in Sports Photography and Sports writing. Accredited CAF and FIFA photo journalist

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