'Model Club' Nkoranza Warriors sign partnership deal with Swedish side Jönköpings Södra IF Featured
05 Feb

'Model Club' Nkoranza Warriors sign partnership deal with Swedish side Jönköpings Södra IF

The Division One League side have secured a deal with the Swedish second-tier for a duration of 36 months.

Swedish club Jönköpings Södra IF have announced a three-year cooperation agreement with Ghanaian side Nkoranza Warriors.

The club official statement reads "The above-mentioned clubs have today signed a 3-year cooperation agreement with the aim of developing each other's operations."

"Nkoranza Warriors SC is a football club from Nkoranza in Ghana. The collaboration is based on young football players from Nkoranza's activities being given the opportunity to develop by playing elite football in Jönköpings Södra IF."

"Within the framework of the collaboration, Jönköping Södra IF is involved and ensures Nkoranzana's continued development of talented players in Ghana."

"Through the collaboration with Nkoranza, we are adding a new dimension to our business, which can also properly strengthen us both sporting and financially over time," says sports manager Andreas Jankevics.

Nkoranza Warriors SC was established in 2007 as Bolga All stars but in the autumn of 2017 the club moved to the city of Nkoranza when the club also got its current name.

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