Sports News of Thursday, 18 June 2020
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Former Ghana Football Association Vice President, George Afriyie has ruled himself out for the vacant Asante Kotoko Chief Executive Officer (CEO) job.
Following the dissolving of the management team of the Ghana Premier League giants which had George Amoako as its CEO, the role has been left vacant.
Several reports in the past few weeks have indicated that the two candidates being considered for the job are George Afriyie and Nana Yaw Amponsah, all former aspirants of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) presidential position.
In a statement from George Afriyie today, he has noted that he is aware of the interest but will not be able to take up the role because he is currently committed to a different job.
"In the aftermath of the GFA Presidential elections, I received several calls from Kotoko faithful and followers urging me to consider taking up the position of the CEO of the club. I still continue to receive such calls and messages on a daily basis.
"Kotoko is a great club and I would want to serve one day. But, I want to state that I have currently taken up a commitment I which would not permit me to take up the role", the football administrator said.
Below is the statement from George Afriyie:
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