Football administrator and lecturer at the Ghana School of Law, Moses Foh-Amoaning has lashed out at football administrators in Ghana, squarely blaming them for the football woes in the country.
The former Ghana boxing association President believes that Ghanaian football administrators and the Executive committee members of the GFA refused to take the right decision after the Anas and Tiger PI exposé which led to FIFA banned and resignation of former FA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi.
"I did warned him(Nyantakyi) about some of these things, having risen to lead WAFU, CAF and FIFA executive committee member and all to crumble should be a lesson.
"I told the general secretary Isaac Addo that change is definitely coming but they failed to take the right decision."
Analysts have wondered whether Ghana is a special case with FIFA as the body keep mute on government decision to dissolve GFA but the Senior journalist believes that is the only way out.
"The government dissolving the GFA is the only way out, change can not come from within the FA, everything was rotten and we can do football without " football people," But legally the GFA is not totally dissolved."
Foh Amoaning expressed his disappointment in the manner at which FIFA continuously meddled in football adding that it was none of their business and will face Ghana in court.
"All I think we need to do is to ask FIFA to give us space, the facts are so clear and come up with something that will fulfill the aspirations of Ghanaian or face them (FIFA) in court."
"We only agreed to affiliate with FIFA not to dictate our sovereignty. This not their business, I don't think there is going to be any ban as government is communicating with FIFA."
The lawyer added this is the time to reform football ball in the county.
" There is a lot of hope, in all of these, the present crises present us with perfect opportunities to reform our football."
By : Sadat Apusi