Sports News of Saturday, 18 March 2017
The Ghana Football Association (GFA) president Kwesi Nyantakyi might not be contesting to retain his seat sportsworldghana.com has gathered.
The Ghana FA boss we understand is considering a lay back in domestic football administration thus might pull out of the race in 2019 after he resoundly secured his FIFA council membership seat through elections on 16th March 2017.
Nyantakyi beat Tanzanian Tenga 33 to 20 in the FIFA council membership elections on thursday after Ahmad Ahmad of Madagascar famously beat Long serving CAF president Isah Hayatou to become the new CAF president.
Ghanaian sports journalist, Fred Acheampong who traveled with the Ghana FA president to cover the elections held in Ethiopia reports after the elections on thursday, from close interactions with the football chief, Nyantakyi might not be contesting for the Ghana football Association presidential elections in 2019 though he hasn’t confirmed that.
After his re-election at the FIFA council, the Ghanaian, Kwesi Nyantakyi is now at pole position to become the first vice president to the new CAF president.