President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kwesi Nyantakyi has asked persons who accused football administrators of being corrupt to provide evidence.
‘I don’t think that there are any corrupt practices or corrupt people at the FA; if there are, people should come out with evidence,’ he said in an interview on Starr FM on Wednesday.
According to the GFA president the idea that anybody associated with football is corrupt is an erroneous perception. ‘…it’s a perception; I am happy people talk about it [corruption in football], but I will be happier if people had evidence to support those allegations, so that we will be able to confront the issue.’
He challenged persons who make the corruption allegations to throw it, ‘so that people are given the chance to defend themselves’.
Mr. Nyantakyi also noted that the FA have done a lot to change things since the Black Stars’ Brazil debacle to change the face of football in Ghana, especially at the Black Stars level.
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