Former Ghanaian international Anthony Wally Yeboah, says he is not aware of his inclusion in any team set up by government to spearhead Ghana Football Association, stating he will think twice when officially contacted to do so.
Reports emerged on Tuesday that Government has appointed former Black Stars players Abedi Ayew Pele, Anthony Yeboah and Dr. Kofi Amoah to form a 3-member Interim Management Committee to oversee the restructuring of Ghana Football.
Contrary to the news, the former Leeds United and Eintracht Frankfurt striker has stated on Abusua Sports Arena that officially he hasn’t been contacted to be part of any team tasked to lead Ghana Football Association reforms.
”I haven’t been contacted officially to be part of any team to spearhead any GFA reforms’’ said the former Black Stars striker.
He continued ”I have only heard the rumors with some friends calling to congratulate me but the fact remain that nobody has contacted me to do any work.”
Quizzed whether he’s ready to embrace the said appointment when contacted, he replied ”I will think about it with my family and then take a final decision because the GFA job isn’t that easy since it will take some before we can rebuild the collapsed system”.
This decision to form an interim team to oversee a reformation of Ghana football follows the announcement by government that it plans on using all the legal process available to dissolve the current Ghana Football Association.
Government’s resolve to literally dismantle the current structure of the GFA comes on the back of the explosive exposé done by investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas which was premiered in Accra on June 6.