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Ghana Football is Dead; We have to dissolve the FA and get a ban from FIFA – Nana Aba Anamoah

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Ghanaian Journalist and broadcaster, Nana Aba Anamoah, has recently expressed her dissatisfaction and frustration with the current state of Ghana football.

The media personality who is well known for her fearless commentary, did not mince words as she addressed the state of football in Ghana, a nation with a rich footballing history. The frustration stems from a combination of factors, including issues with management and a decline in the overall competitiveness of Ghanaian football on both the international stages.

Speaking on 3music TV, Nana Aba Anamoah disclosed that she expected better from Kurt Okraku, the President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), and Henry Asante Twum, the Head of Communications of the GFA as she knew their potential. However, the two officials, according to the media personality, have not done better. 

”I used to work with Kurt when he was doing the FA Cup. I used to host it for him. And I expected better from Kurt Okraku, but Kurt has not done better. I expected Henry Asante Twum to do better. He hasn’t done better,” she said.

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The celebrated broadcaster further opined that Ghana football was ‘dead’ and that the Ghana Premier League was on the verge of collapse.

“Our football is dead! Have you followed the local league? Forget about the Black Stars, because they don’t matter. The real problem is our local league. It is dead!” she said.

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Nana Aba stated that the recent protest by some football lovers, dubbed “Save Ghana Football,” was futile and that the only solution was to dissolve the GFA and get a ban from FIFA, the world football governing body.

“Yesterday, I saw that protest, the ‘save Ghana football’. It’s not going to change anything. What we should do is dissolve that FA, and get a ban from FIFA, and put our house in order. And putting a house in order doesn’t mean putting friends and cronies there. It means to put people with sense there to work,” she asserted.

Nana Aba’s assertion serves as a wake-up call for stakeholders in Ghanaian football to address the underlying problems and rejuvenate the sport. Anamoah’s passion for the game is evident as she challenges authorities to reevaluate their strategies, invest in talent development, and restore the glory that Ghanaian football once enjoyed.

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