Former Ghana Football Association president, Kwesi Nyantakyi claims he has little knowledge about what is going on in Ghana Football.
According to him, he doesn’t follow the Ghana Premier League and other competitions as he used to follow when he was in office.
“I don’t know much about Ghana football. I have not being following it like how I did when I was there,” he told Kings TV GH.
“The problem had to do with the monies that was supposed to be given to the players.
“The Bank of Ghana had credit the Ministry of Youth and Sports account, but for them to release it to the players, it became a problem. The point is, based on our previous experiences, the players were paid before leaving for the tournament.
“The moment we named the 23 players, the Ministry were supposed to pay the players and it will have been through credit transfer but that was a huge problem. There was no need in flying money to Brazil.”
During his time as the Ghana Football Association boss, Ghana qualified for three consecutive FIFA World Cup tournament between 2006 and 2014 and reached the quarter-final in 2010 in South Africa.
Ghana also won the FIFA U-20 men’s world cup tournament in Egypt under his watch.