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The Normalisation Committee Know Nothing About Football, Says Obed Nana Kwame Nketiah.

Obed Nana Kwame Nketiah(CEO, Berekum Chelsea FC)
The Chief Executive Officer of Berekum based Ghanaian topflight league club, Berekum Chelsea FC, Obed Nana Kwame Nketiah has blasted the current handlers of Ghana Football, the GFA Normalization Committee for being gloomy when it comes to how the game is ran.

The 2010-11 Ghana Premier League Champions’ CEO told Nimdeɛ FM 95.1 MHz in an interview he granted with them today.

“Ghana football under the Normalization committee is not good at all. They don’t know how to do the work.” He explicated.

Nana Kwame Nketiah further explained that, he will never waste his precious time to advice the President of the Normalization Committee, in the person of Dr. Kofi Amoah since the expiring date of their mandate is at hand.

“I will not advice Dr. Kofi Amoah to resign now because the September deadline is just at the corner. ” Said Nana Nketiah.

The seasoned football administrator also shared his opinion on the hot issue in Ghana sports now on whether the Head Coach of the Black Stars should be sacked or maintained following the team’s abysmal performance which resulted to their elimination from this year’s African Cup of Nations tournament at the round of sixteen, against the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia in Egypt.

According to Nana Nketiah, due to his tribal affiliation to James Kwesi Appiah, left with him alone, the former Asante Kotoko defender should be given the greenlight to continue his reign as coach of the Senior National team.

“We were able to do our best at the AFCON looking at the players coach Kwasi Appiah sent to the competition and honestly, I can’t say we should sack him nor maintain him because I’m from B/A and the coach is also from B/A, how can I say he should go.

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