Ghana Football Association’s Executive Council member, Nana Oduro Sarfo says Stephen Appiah must get educated if he wants leadership role in Ghana Football.
The former Black Stars captain claimed recently in an interview with Sompa FM that many of his former colleagues have been sidelined by the Ghana Football Association and are not being allowed to bring their knowledge to the fore.
He also stressed that running football is not about language proficiency, but rather about having a deep knowledge of the game.
Responding to Appiah’s comment, the GFA’s Executive Council member advised the former Udinese midfielder to acquire academic knowledge if he wants a leadership role in the country’s football.
“Samuel Eto’o is the FA president for Cameroon. He needed to go to school so he can better himself academically. He joined associations that are affiliated with their FA before making plans to contest. If Stephen Appiah wants to play a key role or wants to lead the GFA, he needs to have better academic knowledge and certificates,” he told Onua FM.
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