Don’t Use Foul Language To Express Displeasure – GFA’s Prosper Harrison Addo Tells Ghanaians

Ghana Football Association’s (GFA) General Secretary, Prosper Harrison Addo cautioned Ghanaians to refrain from using unpleasant language in expressing their grievances on issues concerning Ghana football.

According to the scribe, it is not in order to resort to insulting while expressing one’s view on the ongoing in the governing body.


It will be recalled that the Member of Parliament (MP) for Ningo-Prampram, Honorable Samuel Nartey George alleged that the Black Stars coaching job has already been given to Chris Hughton because those at the helm of affairs at the FA need a coach they can manipulate, the Hughton is an ideal candidate for that.

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In reaction to the allegations made by the MP, Harrison Addo said anyone who says what was said by the MP should be aware that it is an insulting statement. He said that it was insulting to whoever is being spoken about and that coaches are fathers too and if one cannot speak in such a manner to their own fathers then it should be the case with other people’s fathers too.

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Harrison Addo said that if the persons making the allegations knew the caliber of persons they were talking about, they would not be making such a statement that they at the FA have manipulated Otto Addo, Chris Hughton, CK, etc.

Applications are currently open for the vacant Black Stars coaching job which was left by Otto Addo last December.

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