Chief Executive Office of Sanford company has stated that he does not regret sponsoring women’s football.
Dr. Benjamin Kojo Taylor, who owns and manages Lady Strikers Football club says his investment into women football has not gone waste.
The successful medical practitioner spoke to journalists from Starr Sports after his sides victory, Dr. Taylor insists putting his hard earned income in the women’s game has paid off.
“Women’s football in the country is on the rise and so we want all stakeholders to help push it up there”
“The girls are putting in much effort to raise the standard of play and so it is up to us to invest in it “he told Starr Sports
His side won the Southern Zone with 28 points after playing 13 league games. They defeated Police Ladies i n their last game played on Saturday.
They are billed to face Ampem Darkoa who are winners of the Northern Zone with 31 points in the Champions of Champions final in a later date.
Sanford World Clinics, sponsors of the women’s FA Cup competition in Ghana, increased the sponsorship money for this season’s competition from GH¢200,000 to GH¢225,000.