Kudjo Fianoo, Ashantigold chief executive officer, has announced he is launching an election campaign as he bids to become Alhaji Raji’s successor as Ghana League Clubs Association (Ghalca) president.
Fianoo, who has been in charge of Ghana Premier League champions since 2007, says the announcement is a ‘decisive’ moment in his life and pledges to act ‘only in the interest of football’ to redeem the lost image of the association.
“I’m going to pick my forms to contest for the upcoming elections,” Fianoo told Kessben FM. “It’s a calling for me to contest for the position. I’ve previously worked as the administrative manager of Ghalca and I will like to continue to play my part.
“The image of Ghalca that we toiled and built years back is no more. The association has lost its credibility and needs to be restructured,” he added.
Incumbent president Raji has came under fire after he was caught unaware launching a scathing attack at Aduana Stars during the inaugural Ghalca G6 tournament last weekend, labelling them as “a village club who doesn’t deserve to win a trophy.”
Goal understands that Ghalca vice president Isaac Koomson, Nana Oduro Sarfo and Kofi Poku have also confirmed they would like to stand for the election.
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