Controversial Football Administrator, Takyi Arhin has emphatically stated that the decisions taken at the Ghana Football Association (GFA) workshop will not yield any positive results.
The leadership of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) last week held a three-day summit in Cape Coast in Central Regional Capital to brainstorm on issues affecting the country’s favourite sport and to evaluate ways of improving recent successes.
Speaking to Asempa FM, on Thursday, Mr. Arhin said, ”Everyone knows the Ghana Football Association (GFA) is facing a lot problems. It is Much-A-Do-About-Nothing because the Football Governing Body sent five persons to South Africa to see how their league is being run and managed when they came down with the report, Did the GFA made good use of it,? he quizzed.”
”The GFA brought some football experts from Germany and England to teach us how to run our football, What was the blue print,? We have a lot of bribery and corruption cases that we ought to tackle and when we receive these cases, what measures do we put in place, it is high time Ghanaians fight for their right,” he added.