By Ameenu Shardow
Andy Ansah, father of Zak Ansah says the Ghana FA lacks organization following the poor procedure in invitation his son to report to the Ghana U-20 camp.
The 18-year-old who plays for Arsenalâ€™s youth side was part of 19 foreign-based players called up for a three-day justify-your-inclusion exercise of the Black Satellites.
The exercise is to afford the technical team a rare opportunity to work closely with the players who are predominantly based in Europe for possible selection to join the local stars for the African Youth Championships qualifier against Uganda.
It has however emerged that some players in particular, the Hale End Academy graduate was not officially notified of the invitation and this least amuses the head of the Ansah family.
â€œThe first I heard about it (the call up) was when I received a tweet from a friend while on holiday with my family,â€ he told Kumasi-based Kessben FM.
â€œOfficially I have not received any kind of notification from the GFA and to be honest with you I donâ€™t know whether is poor organization or lack of it from the GFA.
â€œIt is quite disappointing because it highlights the massive flaws of such an FA because I know things like these are done through official lines and not just through publications.
â€œIf Arsenal received a letter to that effect, they are obliged to inform us but they have since not making it clear such notification has not arrived.â€
Ansah went ahead to declare that his son holds the ultimate decision as whether he wants to play for Ghana or not but says, Zack has never hinted of any idea not to play for his motherland.
â€œThat decision is for Zack to make because he is a man but he has never said he wouldnâ€™t play for Ghana.â€