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Pan-African Soccer Academy formerly known as TLC Pan-African Football Academy was born in June 2011. The same zeal and spirit with which the founding fathers of Africa fought for the continent’s independence hovered over the founder and the CEO of the academy, a determined and charismatic leader, to undertake a project that would be the catalyst for Africa’s greatest dream: African Unity and Youth Empowerment. His efforts culminated in a competition dubbed TLC-Cup Tournament.

 

The Language Clinique has successfully organized for the francophone youth studying in Ghana, a tournament named TLC Francophone Cup with the support of the President of the Republic of Ghana, the former Dean of The Diplomatic Corps the Ambassador of Togo to Ghana, The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ghana, The Minister of Youth and Sports of Ghana and the Ghana Football Association at the Accra Sports Stadium between September and December 2010.

 

Like any other laudable project, TLC-Cup Tournament was initially fraught with challenges. The first was the pessimism of skeptics, who questioned the propriety of this event and whose misrepresentation of the tournament only heightened the curiosity of many a person. The next challenge involved inducing people to capture the aim in organizing this unprecedented event which, to many critics, was for self-aggrandizement. Fortunately, Mr. Aguissi was not alone in this mission.

 

TLC-Cup Tournament was organized under the auspices of The Language Clinique, of which Mr. Aguissi is the CEO; Aglovison Limited and Spicy Chouchou Restaurant with the support of Zenith Bank Ghana Limited, Alisa Hotel and Air Liquide.

 

The tournament was chaired by the Dean of the Diplomatic corps in Ghana, with the support of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ghana Football Association, the National Sports Council and all the Francophone Ambassadors in Ghana.

 

Representing the Francophone world were thirteen teams from all over Africa. These were: La Cote d’Ivoire, Benin Republic, Togo, Guinea Conakry, Congo Brazzaville, Equatorial Guinea, Mali, Chad, Gabon, Cameroon, Niger, Burkina Faso and Central African Republic.

 

For all intent and purposes, the event was successful!

 

Pan African Soccer Academy is currently playing the Ghana Second Division League 2011-2012.

 

The club has collaboration with its sister company.

 

 

Who are we?

Pan-African Soccer Academy formerly known as TLC Pan-African Football Academy was born in June 2011. The same zeal and spirit with which the founding fathers of Africa fought for the continent’s independence hovered over the founder and the CEO of the academy, a determined and charismatic leader, to undertake a project that would be the catalyst for Africa’s greatest dream: African Unity and Youth Empowerment. His efforts culminated in a competition dubbed TLC-Cup Tournament.


 

The Language Clinique has successfully organized for the francophone youth studying in Ghana, a tournament named TLC Francophone Cup with the support of the President of the Republic of Ghana, the former Dean of The Diplomatic Corps the Ambassador of Togo to Ghana, The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ghana, The Minister of Youth and Sports of Ghana and the Ghana Football Association at the Accra Sports Stadium between September and December 2010.


 

Like any other laudable project, TLC-Cup Tournament was initially fraught with challenges. The first was the pessimism of skeptics, who questioned the propriety of this event and whose misrepresentation of the tournament only heightened the curiosity of many a person. The next challenge involved inducing people to capture the aim in organizing this unprecedented event which, to many critics, was for self-aggrandizement. Fortunately, Mr. Aguissi was not alone in this mission.

TLC-Cup Tournament was organized under the auspices of The Language Clinique, of which Mr. Aguissi is the CEO; Aglovison Limited and Spicy Chouchou Restaurant with the support of Zenith Bank Ghana Limited, Alisa Hotel and Air Liquide.


 

The tournament was chaired by the Dean of the Diplomatic corps in Ghana, with the support of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ghana Football Association, the National Sports Council and all the Francophone Ambassadors in Ghana.

Representing the Francophone world were thirteen teams from all over Africa. These were: La Cote d’Ivoire, Benin Republic, Togo, Guinea Conakry, Congo Brazzaville, Equatorial Guinea, Mali, Chad, Gabon, Cameroon, Niger, Burkina Faso and Central African Republic.

For all intent and purposes, the event was successful!


 

 

Pan African Soccer Academy is currently playing the Ghana Second Division League 2011-2012.

The club has collaboration with its sister company.

 

 

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Pan-African Soccer Academy formerly known as TLC Pan-African Football Academy was born in June 2011.