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Sports News of Wednesday, 28 February 2018


Phar Rangers CEO furious about negligence of club owners

Owner of Division One side Phar Rangers, Nana Yaw Amponsah has blasted his club owners for horrendous decision making at the football association’s congress.

This comes after another injunction was served the Football Association by Accra Great Olympics with days to start the Ghana Premier League.

The young football administrator who is also interested in succeeding Kwesi Nyantakyi as FA President indicated, when it’s time for decision making, owners of clubs send their “errand boys” to sit in for them, and make silly decision concerning Ghana Football.

“If the club owners are listening, you are the people spending, so if you are an owner and you are paying players, Coaches and staffs and when it comes to decision making and you send an errand boy to represent you, then you can imagine, the decision taking won’t affect your errand boy but you,” he told Zylofon FM.

“It’s about time club owners come together to seek our interest,” he added.

“I have more than 30 boys in camp, I feed them three times a day, take care of their medicals, imagine in this economy, how difficult it is, that is very expensive,”

“And we are the people they try to discourage with all manner of shenanigans, some of the things are so embarrassing but you know I have identified something in Ghana football, those causing the mess I thought we could name and shame are just shameless,”

“I am speaking because I am highly disappointed, it’s difficult to name and shame shameless people,” he concluded.

The Ghana Premier League is expected to start over the weekend, but there is uncertainty all around the commencement of the top flight now.