Sports News of Friday, 2 March 2018
Former Ghana Under-20 player, Adu Tutu Skelley is convinced former Black Stars player Tony Baffoe is the best man to be president of the Ghana Football Association.
The president of the FA, Kwesi Nyantakyi has declared his intention not to seek for re-election when his term in office comes to an end.
However, several football personalities such as the vice-president George Afriyie, former vice-president Fred Crentsil and GHALCA boss Cudjoe Fianoo are lacing their boot to replace the FIFA Council member.
But former Ghana Under-20 midfielder Adu Tutu Skelley has kicked against George Afriyie’s potential election believes Tony Baffoe is the right man for the job.
”Personally, I prefer Tony Baffoe because he has been coordinating FIFA World Cup and he also knows the job because he has been there before so I think we should give him the chance,” he told Kumasi-based Abusua FM
”Tony is a former Footballer and we all know what he’s doing currently so if we need somebody to do the job base on competency and track record then Tony is the best man for the job.