29 Jan

I'm disappointed in the Normalization Committee - Mr George Amoakoh

Ghanaians were made to believe that football development under the beleaguered Kwesi Nyantakyi was abysmally poor and thus many received the happenings in the Anas' Number 12 expose with great joy.

The joy and hope of Ghanaians soared when Dr. Kofi Amoah was named to chair the Normalisation Committee. Ably supported by other distinguished personalities, the Committee was tasked with the reformation of football in the country.

However, after being in office for months, the committee is yet execute their assigned duties efficiently and effectively thus losing the confidence of many and becoming object of insults, ridicule and recrimination as was the case during the erstwhile administration.

Over the past weeks, disgruntled football administrators have registered their displeasure at the slow pace of work of the Committee. The latest to add his voice is Asante Kotoko's CEO, George Amoako.

He expressed his disappointment in the normalization committee when speaking to Accra based NL FM.

"On paper they (normalization committee) have two months left, so where are we currently?"

"We are almost into February and the question still remains as where do we find ourselves"

"Practically I don't see the normalization committee completing it mandate before the end of their time, they are static and not moving fast enough to get to where they supposed to get." Amoako lamented.

By: Abdul Latif Abdulai

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