Chief Executive Officer of Berlin FC, Takyi Arhin is accusing former executive member of the Ghana Football Association, M.N.S Doe of taking bribes from relegated teams to push the agenda for a twenty team league.
The former BA Stars CEO in a reaction to suggestions made by the former executive committee that the current number of teams playing in the Ghana Premier League must be increased to twenty teams.
Mr. Arhin says M.N.S Doe didn’t think twice before making his suggestions public.
The former Central Regional Association Chairman, had called for the decision making of the football association to consider a twenty team league to avoid needless legal tussles which in his opinion is likely to set the local league aback.
“M.N.S Doe is ageing and so he line of reasoning is seriously affected. I think serious mental problem is affecting his brains else how can he make such a useless suggestions,” he told Kumasi based Abusua FM.
“I am sure he has been bribed by the relegated teams to push this useless agenda but I must assure him, we will resist this agenda he is pushing.
“Some of our football administrators are growing and they must accept this sad reality and back off…their thoughts are outdated and not helping the development of football in the country,” he added.