Black Stars management committee are bunch of failures – Kudjoe Fianoo



Ghana League Club Association Chairman who doubles as the Chief Executive Officer of Ashgold, Kudjoe Fianoo has described the current Management Committee of the Black Stars as bunch of failures.

The management team of the Black Stars charged Avram Grant to end the country’s 35 years trophy drought but the team to fail to clinch the trophy after Cameroon defeated the Stars by 2:0 in the semifinals stage of the tournament.

The team hopes of winning a bronze medal in the third and fourth place fixture against Burkina Faso but the team against lost painfully by a lone goal to nothing to the Burkinabes placing fourth at the end of the competition.

After the team couldn’t break the 35 years trophy drought, the highly respected football administrator believes the management members of the team are bunch of failures.

“What shows that in 2019 we will qualify to Cameroon? He quizzed.  “One thing we shouldn’t forget is that we will play qualification because it’s not automatic qualification.

“We have management Committee of seven members and out of these seven members all of them have been a calamity to their affiliated clubs.

“People like J.Y. Appiah took Bofoakwa to relegation, Jones Abu Alhassah also sent R.T.U. to relegation “Kwame Ofosu Banfo (Sikkens)   and Abra Appiah also accounted in Okwahu Utd’s relegation so what are we talking about looking their track records.

“With Ernest Thompson the least said about him the better because he been sidelined in Accra Hearts of Oak, Palmer is lucky to be back in the Premier League because of Dreams FC and with George Afriyie I don’t even think that running a division one club like Okyeman Planners is an achievement or quarantines him to be the Chairman of the Black stars management Committee.

“So imagining entrusting our biggest brand which is the Black stars in the hands of these people and am not surprised the team is performing poorly” Fianoo’’.  He concluded.

The Black Stars will be hoping to end the country’s trophy in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon.

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