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Fred Pappoe wants to succeed Ghana FA boss
Source:   |   November 02, 2017   |  60 Views

Former vice-president Fred Pappoe says he would contest the Ghana Football Association presidential election in 2019.

The Great Olympics board member believes the time is right for him to vie for the top job in Ghana football. His comments come after Kwesi Nyantakyi reiterated his desire not to seek re-election when his tenure expires in two years.

''Yeah, it's fairly possible if am being frank with you, it’s possible at the right time I will start campaigning,'' Pappoe told Kumasi-based Angel FM.

''For now, whatever it is in football, is no secret because people know it, but there is no need for me to have offenses now. If I make my decisions, I will tell myself.''

Pappoe was deputy to Kwesi Appiah during his first term and was also chairman of the Black Stars management committee.

He was later appointed the chairman of Black Stars B management committee.
 

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