Super Agent and Ex-pro Pablo Al-Kaalik”-says future Ghana Football Association administrations should deal with corruption in the game far more decisively than previous administrations.
Pablo’s comments come at a time when the FIFA/CAF Normalization Committee is to meet the Government of Ghana over the membership of the committee.
The committee is tasked with the running the Ghana FA on a daily basis while reviewing the FA statutes in accordance with FA rules and also, draw a roadmap for the elections of a new Ghana FA Executive Committee.
In an interview, Pablo said that the new administration should do a better job at doing away with corrupt officials unlike the previous administration that failed to take bold measures to deal with improper conduct.
We have to make sure we clean the system. But then, the FA brought this entire situation (the Anas tape and its aftermath) on itself.
The FIFA/CAF Normalization Committee will replace the current Ghana FA Executive Committee and it has until the end of March 2019 to complete all of its tasks.
Pablo was recently a special guest at Pan African parliament which looked at serious development issues regarding the game in Johannesburg -South Africa.