19 May

Nyantakyi has failed to dispel the "sneaky dealings and corrupt practices" at the GFA - Randy Abbey blasts

The bankroller of Division one side Hearts of Lions, Randy Abbey, has opined that the FA Boss Kwesi Nyantakyi have missed the opportunity to clear the air on the negative perceptions about the Ghana Football Association.
 
On Thursday, the football association signed $10million sponsorship deal with Zylofon Cash for five seasons as headline sponsor of the country's domestic league.
 
Apparently, each premier league club will fetch $70,000 every season, however the FA was reluctant to disclose the full details in the contract.
 
According to the former spokesperson of the Ghana FA, Randy Abbey, Nyantakyi's failure to disclose the full information of the contract will affirm the negative perception about the FA.
 
"I would have wished those (Ghana FA) responsible  for the ceremony will not have created an opportunity for destruction which might be negative," Randy said on Nhyira FM.
 
"Every club owner will be very happy for this sponsorship deal because of the situations we get involved but sadly we've the non disclosure, to now create an avenue for a negative discussion to proceed," he recited.
 
"Apparently, there's a perception of lack of transparency, under hand dealings, Agency and corruption at the Ghana FA."
 
"But the FA have lost the opportunity to deal with the perceptions and have created a room for speculations instead of the public focusing on the good side," he added.
 
Information reaching Kickgh.com indicated that each premier league club have been given $35,000 cheque to enhance  their preparations in the Zylofon Cash premier league.
 
By: Augustus Opoku

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