By John Kwesi Arthur
Football Writer, kick442.com-Ghana
Former Western Regional football association chairman Mr. Kojo Yankah has charged Ghana football association to stop begging the government for financial support rather, they should demand the money which the government owes them.
Ghana’s football association has appealed to the government for support to release with the stress on clubs due to the hardship which has been brought due to the outbreak of the Covid-19.
Meanwhile, the outspoken club administrator Mr. Yankah thinks, it is wrong to appeal rather, the FA should demand from the government.
“I don’t see why the GFA will go and beg the government for money when they (government) owe the FA over $4m.
What I believe is we should rather demand the government to pay the money owed us, so we can use some to cater for the problems our clubs are facing.
That’s the step to take. I don’t believe the government is willing to financially support football with money.
If they have such intentions, they would have when they messed up our football after the Anas expose, and we requested that they support us with some seed money.
So the GFA should forget that and pursue the money that the government owes us which is $4m
That’s what we are supposed to do, the government isn’t ready to support.” He told Sky Power FM in Takoradi.
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