Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

African Cup Of Nations

GFA and British High Commissioner smoke peace pipe

GFA, British High Commissioner bury the hatchet; aim at developing Ghana football

The perceived strained relationship between the Ghana Football Association and the UK High Commissioner to Ghana, Jon Benjamin, has been repaired after a formalization meeting at the FA’s secretariat yesterday.

Jon Benjamin in December last year suggested the FA had to come clean with the disbursement of FIFA grants over the years and accused  its leadership for mismanaging Ghana football.

However after a closed door meeting yesterday between the two parties; all seems to be well.

Ghana FA president Kwasi Nyantakyi in an interaction with the media afterwards confirmed there was no bad blood between both parties.

“ I can confirm to you that we are not enemies with the high commissioner, we are very good friends.”

“He likes Ghana so much, he is a very passionate person when it comes to issues on society, on soccer and so on.”

“He shares his views with us, very objective.”

“He is not that type that refrains from sharing his opinion on topical issues in public.”

“We are building on this relationship to improve the level of game in Ghana.”



You May Also Like


Ghanaian boxing legend, Azumah Nelson has been rated above Manny Pacquaio and just below Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather in the list of the five greatest...


Carl Lokko, the man they affectionately call Osu Lion lived up to the warrior name after dispatching off big foe, Ishmael Benjamin Coffie AKA...


MTN Ghana has launched the second edition of MTN Conquest, Ghana’s most competitive e-sports event, to award top players, promote e-sports and bring together...

Ghana Premier League

The 2021/2022 League season will be officially launched on Tuesday October 26 at the GFA Secretariat in Accra.  The event will be held at...