Former Black Stars management committee chairman, Fred Pappoe says he is not moving around looking for alliance as far as the Ghana Football Association presidential elections are concerned.
Pappoe, director of Accra Great Olympics is looking to make a return into the leadership position at the federation following his exit from the Executive Committee in 2015.
The erstwhile GFA Vice President has been identified as a knowledgeable and experienced person who would be a good successor of Kwesi Nyantakyi.
The ace football administrator, who says restoring the ‘dented image’ of the Ghana Football Association would be his ultimate goal when voted into office states he was misunderstood by people in his recent interview where he mentioned he was open to any worthwhile offer to merge with any of the aspirants once they both share same ideology and principles.
”I am not moving around looking for alliance has being portrayed out there, I only mentioned this in response to a question by the host asking if I would accept any offer from any of the other contestants for an alliance the former Ghana FA vice president told SportsworldGhana.com on Sunday evening in Kumasi.
He stressed ”For the fact that I made such a comment in the interview doesn’t mean I am moving around looking for alliance ahead of the elections.
‘’I have whatever it takes to lead Ghana football in terms of experience, knowledge in the game and all the capabilities and vision,”
Others such as George Afriyie, Kurt Okraku, Nana Yaw Amponsah and Wilfred Osei Parma, and Dr Toni Aubynn have all confirmed their candidature for the Ghana FA presidential race.