GFA Election: Fred Pappoe to restore the "battered" and "bruised" GFA Featured
11 Oct

GFA Election: Fred Pappoe to restore the "battered" and "bruised" GFA

Ghana Football Association President hopeful, Frederick Kpakpo Pappoe has presented himself to ascend the highest level of football administration in Ghana in order to erase and restore the soiled brand of Ghana football.

The former GFA Vice President bemoans the fact that the GFA brand is left with smeared image after the Number 12 exposé and the community at large are readily not in acceptance to associate with the FA which is tagged as a corrupt entity.
The former Executive Committee member, in his manifesto launch in Accra, believes with his repertoire garnered over the years as a leading and well known figure in Ghana football, he is bringing in hopes to all and sundry in the restoration of the lost image of Ghana football which was an epitome in Africa few years back.
"We have a brand that has been buttered and bruise that all of us are not happy to be associated with. A lot of commercial workers feel disappointed to have anything to do with concerning Ghana football. 
"However I have a message of hope for you all to reposition the lost glory of Ghana football," Fred Pappoe said.
He highlighted on ten distinct areas where his realm will dwell on in his administration which include women's football, refereeing, local league, special initiatives, tertiary football, football governance, resource mobilization, etc.
The occasion was attended by colleague aspirants Kurt Simon Edwin Okraku and Lawyer George Ankomah with Randy Abbey, Samuel Anim Addo and Lawyer Kweku Ayiah passing through hoping to be part of the next Executive Council members.
The next GFA election will fall on the 25th of October, 2019 barring any unforeseen circumstances.
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