Ghana League Club Association (GHALCA) president, Cudjoe Fianoo has complained about the rate as which people are disqualified from contesting in Ghana Football Association presidential elections.
According to Cudjoe Fianoo, the rate at which people are disqualified from contesting in the race is not good for the brand image of the Ghana Football Association.
The former Ashantigold Chief Executive Officer made this comment while reacting to the disqualification of George Afriyie from the presidential race.
“Football people need to take a critical look at our electioneering process and see whether we will need some reforms. Personally, I feel that if anyone feels shortchanged in a way, the individual should test the law, and let’s see.”
“However, I also feel that if any individual did the wrong by not submitting the required documents then the law as it is should take its course.”
“But we must take a look at why consistently any individual intending to contest a sitting FA President is disqualified. This is not good for our association,” Cudjoe Fianoo said.
“Going forward we must make the necessary reforms to ensure that any recognised member intending to contest will not go through that ordeal. This is not good for the image of the Association,” he added.