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GFA set to launch #Bringbackthelove campaign for Black Stars.

The New Administration of the GFA, as part of their policy to improve support for the senior national team, the black stars has announced a campaign dubbed #bringbackthelove 

As part of a new programme to make the senior national team, the Black Stars attractive to the fans again, the GFA will embark on a #bringbackthelove campaign.

The announcement was made on the FA website on Wednesday, 30 October and signed by the Communications director.

The statement read :

“The Ghana Football Association has announced plans to launch a passion-igniting campaign for the Black Stars’ African Cup qualifying campaign.”

“The campaign, hash-tagged #BringBackTheLove is aimed at igniting passion and galvanising support for the Black Stars as they seek to redeem themselves after their disappointing Afcon 2019 campaign in Egypt.”

“Players, coaches and executives of the GFA will take centre stage in the #BringBackTheLove campaign, and the GFA will partner the media to drive the campaign.”

“The GFA will announce further details on the #BringBackTheLove Campaign as the Black Stars’ match with Bafana Bafana approaches”

The Black Stars are scheduled to play the Bafana Bafana of South Africa and Sao Tome and Principe in the first two AFCON 2021 qualifiers.

Fans’ fallout with the Stars dates back to the Brazil 2014 world cup fiasco. Since then, the inability of the Stars to clinch the ultimate prize at 3 consecutive AFCON competitions has further strained this relationship.

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