Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA) Chairman Kudjoe Fianoo has admitted his readiness to vie for the position of Ghana Football Association following the resignation of Kwesi Nyantakyi.
The 63-year-old has been tipped as one of the highly qualified ‘football people’ restore glory to the sport in the country after undercover journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas and his Tiger Eye PI crew exposed match-fixing as well as bribery and corruption which had engulfed the game.
“I am riped and competent to be the Ghana Football Association President,” Fianoo told Oyerepa FM.
“When the time is due and I have to contest,I will but the most important now is the reforms.”
Fianoo also expressed his readiness to be part of the Normalisation Committee to be set up by Fifa, amid earlier reports that he had declined an invitation.
“For the normalization committee, no one has contacted me. I have also heard of the rumors that I have been contacted which I have declined that’s not true,” he said.
“I remember the government set up an IMC and that was which I pulled out because of my position as GHALCA Chairman in solidarity with my member clubs.”
“I was billed to meet the President at that time to put before him the plight of the clubs and also how to go about not incurring the wrath of FIFA but only for the appointment to be made through a press release.”