Ghana Football has Lost Its Value – Ade Coker
The Newly Elected National Democratic Congress Greater Accra regional chairman Ade Coker has stated emphatically that football activities in the country has lost its value to the lowest degree.
The Government initiated a process to dissolve the GFA, after some members were caught on camera in series of misconduct by the ace journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
The Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA) in an emergency General Meeting with clubs on some months back decided to meet the Minister of Youth and Sports, Mr Isaac Kwame Asiamah on how to handle the current situation as well as find a lasting solution.
But Mr Ade Coker speaking on EYE WITNESS NEWS on Citi Fm with host Umaru Sanda, said Ghana football activities has lost its value, adding that it deserves massive restructure to bring all related activities in football to the highest level.
“We are in a different era, but it is good to go back to history, the old system where government and clubs come together to partner and run the Football Association.
“You must give the government a foot so that there is partnership between government and football.
“It is important we blend the system that collapsed years back in search of a solution to the crisis we have at hand,” he added.
According to him, this is not the time for confrontation and attacks but rather focus should be on the history of the GFA to craft the way forward.