Former Ghana U 20 star Adu Tutu Skelley has described CAF Deputy General Secretary in-charge of Football and Development Tonny Baffoe as the right man to succeed Mr. Kwesi Nyantakyi as Ghana FA boss.
According to him, the former Black Stars defender has for the past year demonstrated that he has what it takes to be a good leader and that if appointed to lead the Ghana Football Association would in no doubt lift the standard of football in the country ‘to a higher level’
Though Vice President George Afriyie, Fred Pappoe, GHALCA chairman Kudjoe Fianoo and Randy Abbey have all been tipped as potential candidates to succeed Nyantakyi, Tutu believes Tonny Baffoe stands tall among the aforementioned people.
‘’Personally I prefer Tonny Baffoe because he has been coordinating FIFA world Cup and he also knows the job because he has been there before so I think we should give him the chance’’
‘’Tonny is a former Footballer and we all know what he’s doing currently so if we need somebody to do the job base on competency and track record then Tonny is the best man for the job’’ said Adu- Tutu in an interview with Kumasi based Abusua FM.
Until Baffoe’s appointment, he was a FIFA General Co-ordinator and supervised several tournaments including the FIFA World Cup finals.