GFA President Kwesi Nyantakyi says any decision he takes on a fourth term bid on the FA presidency will be personal and not due to public pressure.
Nyantakyi who is by far regarded as the most successful Ghana Football Association boss, has come under intense pressure to vacate the seat after leading the association for the past 12 years.
His reign saw Ghana becoming the only African country to win the FIFA under 20 world cup and also qualified the black stars to three successive world cups.
The football administrator who admits it’s mostly likely he won’t contest in 2019 insists his decision is not influenced by any external factors.
” I have done my best i will not be at the FA forever because its not a Chieftency position where i will be there for life so one day i will leave”he told Delali Atiase
“I think it’s a personal decision which is not influenced by any external factors or considerations”he added