Seasoned football administrator Samuel Anim Addo has called on the regional football Associations to concentrate on Juvenile Football development, rather than fighting for cosmetic seats at the Executive Committee of the Ghana Football Association.
The hugely respected football administrator and a key player in juvenile football urged the leadership of the various RFAs to channel their managerial powers towards the development of talents in their various regions rather than fighting for fair representation at the top managerial body in Ghana Football.
Samuel Anim Addo, who doubles as the manager for Asamoah Gyan, and CEO of Young Apostles Football club remained adamant the RFAs do not need representation at the GFA Exco before they can execute their core duties as a sub-body under GFA.
Speaking at the Ghana Football Association Extraordinary Congress in Accra, Anim Addo was emphatic on the need for the RFAs to limit their fight for non-functional positions and concentrate on the development of the game in their region.
“The RFA’s which has been the main stakeholders when it comes to grassroots football has failed to leave up to expectations when it comes to their core duties and I think if they channel their energies on their core duties, they won’t bother about Exco position because to manage and control 300 Teams or more is a huge opportunity to maximize on the numbers for the general benefit of all clubs in the region