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GFA NEEDS A NEW IMAGE – AMANDA CLINTON

The only female contender in the GFA presidential race Mrs Amanda Akuoko Clinton has advised delegates on the need for a new image in the GFA.

In her first speech, and debate at the just ended Happy fm’s GFA Presidential debate (held on October 22, 2019 at College of Physicians and Surgeons, Accra), the only female Presidential candidate, Amanda Akuoko Clinton (Esq), defied all odds with her practical and indepth understanding of Ghana football to amaze the world that it is about time we eliminated the ‘easy to say than do’ canker eating up the Ghana football management and tackled football a unique brands that attracts positive global attention and support.

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As a famous lawyer with a better understanding and appreciation for both local and international football, She sees the opportunity to serve as a privileged test case where one is bound to remain true and loyal to football loyalists and the taxpayers.

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The public, the stakeholders and the investors are her topmost priorities as She gears up to lead Ghana football with her rich background in negotiations that is needed to unify the GFA both from within, and outside, since the GFA is not an island which must be treated as though it exists in isolation.

As new face coming on board, her personality simply inspires and boosts and reinvigorates a sense of confidence, transparency and trust into GFA after it was marred with needles corruption scandals which resulted the Association in limbo within the last 18months. And as the first female contender who has won the admiration of FIFA, it is established that, Amanda, is the new reputation with a reputation to rebrand Ghana Football Association when voted for.

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Source: Solomon Kusi Appiah /Welbeck Ato Merchant

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