I'm more than qualified for GFA vice president - Samuel Anim Addo

Monday, 28th October 2019

The CEO for Young Apostles FC, Samuel Anim Addo who also doubles as the manager for former Black Stars captain says he is more than qualified to fill the vacant GFA vice presidential position.

Samuel Anim Addo was among three persons elected on to the 12 member executive council from the division one league alongside Randy Abbey and Mark Addo.

According to the football administrator says he has vast experience in the game as he has managed Gyan investments for so many years and listed other achievements chalked in football.

He says he had a colts team in the year 2000 and move on to Marosa in 2005 as the team manager, was part of Medeama before qualification to the premier league.

The manager of Asamoah Gyan continues to list his numerous invlovement in football adding that in 2013 he managed King Faisal has been at Phar Rangers and is now the executive cahirman of Young Apostles Fc. Anim Addo further adds that he manages undoubtedly the biggest football brand in Africa in the shape of Asamoah Gyan and so can easily occupy the vacant GFA vice presidential slot.

An election was supposed to have been held today Monday 28th October to elect a vice president from among the executive committee members to assist president Kurt Okraku but reports indicates it has been rescheduled to a later date.