Vice president of the Ghana Football Association, Mark Addo, is expected to be appointed as the Black Stars management committee chairman according to reports as George Amoako will be relieved of his duties.
The reports suggest that the King Faisal chief executive officer is expected to quit the post as the FA remain unsatisfied with his performance after one year as an executive.
George Amoako was named the chairman of the Black Stars management committee after Kurt Okraku won the GFA Presidency.
In addition, it has been reported it is believed that Ghana Football Association vice president, Mark Addo will assume the post, and it could be happening as early as next month.
The Black Stars will round up the stage one of 2022’s World Cup qualifiers when they take on Ethiopia in November and South Africa in November.