George Afriyie: My Policies Won’t Be Different From Nyantakyi

Newly appointed Black Stars Management Committee Chairman, George Afriyie says his policy dimension as the new boss of the Black Stars team, won’t be different from his predecessor Kwesi Nyantakyi.

Afriyie, who has been elevated from his Black Satellites Management Committee Chairman status, admitted he faces a tough test to turn things around after his predecessor and his team failed to man-manage the behavior of the players.

“My policy and what I will do won’t be different from what Kwesi Nyantakyi and his team did, fine, we have problems and I must admit we will try to work to change things.”

“After the World Cup, we all know there were issues, and I am glad that I was there and I saw everything, we will make things change but we cannot do it alone, we will need all hands on deck to help this team, so that, at the end of it all, we will say we did this together and not George Afriyie.”