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Revolutionizing Northern Football: Coach Mohammed Bashiru Joe Baah Proposes Four-Zone Division Two League

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In the heart of the Northern Region, where football resonates through dusty streets and vibrant communities, Coach Mohammed Bashiru Joe Baah envisions a new future. Speaking to sports journalist Mumuni Abdul-Mumin, Coach Joe Baah unveils his ambitious plan to transform the football landscape of the North. Leading Tamale City, he sees beyond just a team; he envisions a revolution.


His proposal is daring: the establishment of a Four-Zone Division Two League for the Northern Region. It’s not merely about increasing matches or travel; it’s about reshaping Northern football.


“Clubs require more than local rivalries,” explains Coach Baah. “They need fresh challenges, to test their mettle against diverse opponents.”


In his vision, clubs from across the region would be divided into four zones, competing fiercely for victory. This rigorous competition would not only provide invaluable experience but also foster unity among communities.


“It’s not solely about winning,” emphasizes Coach Baah. “It’s about growth, both on and off the field.”

But the journey doesn’t stop there. Emerging champions from the four zones would clash in a thrilling four-team league, vying for the title of Northern Region’s Division Two League.


Coach Joe Baah’s vision is about more than crowning winners; it’s about nurturing talent, building resilience, and instilling pride in every player, regardless of club size or budget.


Mumuni Abdul-Mumin, known for his insightful interviews, delves deeper, uncovering the nuances of Coach Joe Baah’s vision. Pragmatic, Coach Baah stresses that participation should be a choice, not an obligation, considering the financial strains many clubs face.


“Financial constraints shouldn’t hinder a club’s aspirations,” he declares. “Those unable to compete can step back without judgment. This is about fostering inclusivity and opportunity.”

With Coach Baah’s vision, Northern football stands on the brink of transformation. From the bustling streets of Tamale to the remote savannah villages, hope soars, carried by the promise of a new era in the beautiful game.


By: Mumuni Abdul-Mumin

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