Randy Abbey calls for change at GFA

Bankroller of second-tier side, Heart of Lions, Randy Abbey, says the time has come for changes to be effected at the helm of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) considering the decline of football.
The downward surge of Ghana’s football development has become a worrying phenomenon to all stakeholders in the game with numerous people calling for change with regard to the policy direction of football in the country.
Speaking on Accra based Atinka FM Sports Show, the former FA Spokesman said the time for change was now and reiterated the need to engage people to revamp football in the country.
“We need new ideas and a change in direction at the Ghana Football Association because the system is not working. It is not wise for people to say the contract documents of the nation’s elite football league cannot be made available for clubs who are shareholders in this case.
“I will never campaign for a useless change. We need serious minds that can change Ghana football for the better because football is not a joke,” Abbey told Atinka FM.
He added, “Statistically, Kwesi Nyantakyi did very well in his first term in office but has declined sharply after his second term till date.”

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