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NANA ODURO SARFO SLAMS J.Y APPIAH OVER ‘GORO’ BOYS COMMENTS

Nana Oduro Sarfo

Football Administrator Nana Oduro Sarfo has slammed former Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA) chairman, J.Y Appiah over ‘Goro’ boys comment.

The former GHALCA boss speaking on Agoo TV on Tuesday asked that all must come on board to kick out the ‘Goro’ boys from the GFA.

He noted that there are those who every now and then hang around the Ghana Football Association till midnight although they have no official assignments to do at the GFA. They take their bath, dress and stay at the GFA secretariat creating confusion always. These according to him are the ‘Goro’ boys.

J.Y Appiah

He added that when documents and items are lost at the GFA headquarters, there is no one to be held responsible for the lost items than the’Goro’ boys.

He also indicated that these people also steal documents that contain cases lodged at the GFA and sell to interested parties which leads to the various litigation among clubs in Ghana.

Nana Oduro Sarfo who is a GFA official reacted to the claims by J.Y Appiah saying the ex GHALCA boss should spare them as he has benefited more from the GFA than his so called ‘Goro’ Boys.

He also indicated that J.Y Appiah must be circumspect if he wants to still earn respect from them or he will show him the red light.

He told Adam Adjei on Agoo TV; “What did I hear J.Y Appiah say?”.

“In fact he should spare us. I confronted him when he made this horrible statement and he apologized to me that I am not the main target”, he added.

He was quick to comment that; “He {J.Y Appiah} has benefited from Ghana Football even more than the so called ‘Goro’ boys he is talking about”.

“We all know that he is the sole supplier of the Mitre balls we use in the Ghana Premier league but nobody has questioned how he won the bid so why should he his target”, he quizzed.

The Ghana Football Association has been the subject of talk among the Ghanaian sporting fraternity following the feud between the Association’s hierarchy.

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