The next GFA Executive Committee is likely to be without Moses Parker, Fred Pappoe and Randy Abbey who have all lost interest to continue serving on the highest decision making body of the association.
The Ghana Football Association is set to open nomination for elections onto its Executive Committee (Ex-co), following the re-election of Kwesi Nyantakyi as the President of the association.
However, Fred Pappoe and Moses Parker have confirmed they will step aside during the upcoming GFA elections and Randy Abbey is yet to make it public, but a close source to the Heart of Lions President, says he has lost interest in the Executive Committee position and is likely not to seek re-election.
All the men in question are club chairmen in the Ghana Premier League, meaning there will be some new faces to serve on the Executive Committee in the ticket of the GPL.
Moses Armah until recently was a member of the Black Stars Management Committee, whiles Randy Abbey was the Chairman of the Referees Appointment Committee, but stepped down after becoming the majority shareholder of the Kpando based club. Fred Pappoe, the Local Black Stars Committee Chairman is the only person amongst the three who is still serving on a committee aside the Executive Committee.
On the other hand the General Manager of Kumasi Asante Kotoko, Opoku Nti and Kofi Manu (Blue Boy) have declared their intentions to contest for a place on the committee.