Kwasi Appiah files nomination for a spot on GFA’s Executive Council


Kwasi Appiah, a former Black Stars coach, has submitted paperwork to run for a position on the Ghana Football Association’s Executive Council.

His campaign, which has the backing of Asante Kotoko, is aimed at securing one of the five spots reserved for Premier League clubs.

According to the GFA, a total of 11 candidates—including Appiah—submitted their applications beyond the deadline.

On September 27, there will be a vote to fill five Executive Council positions, and those five people will be sworn in. Before the final list is released on Monday, August 28th, all candidates will have been reviewed in accordance with the rules and roadmap for the GFA Elections.

Elloeny Amande, a former sports journalist and the CEO of Karela United, and Nana Oduro Sarfo, a current Executive Council member, are two of the contenders.

Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, the club’s owner, assigned Appiah to a position inside Asante Kotoko’s Interim Management Committee. In the absence of board directors, this committee has been formed to oversee the club’s daily activities.

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