Bankroller of Kumasi based club King Faisal Allhaji Grusah has stated that the Ghana Football Association did not have to allow Greater Accra Regional Football Association Chairman Eddie Doku as the signatory in a petition sent to FIFA.
According to the astute football administrator he did not think the embattled football association writing a petition to FIFA with Eddie Doku who was captured in the Anas Number 12 expose for allegedly taking bribe as a signatory will help their case.
Alhaji Grusah spoke to Happy FM where he initially stated that the GFA liaison team head Dr Kofi Amoah did not apply maturity in sharing money amongst the Black Princesses ahead of the tournament in France.
“Dr Kofi Amoah didn’t do well by sharing dollars to players, he will be blamed if there’s any indiscipline among the players. He didn’t apply his maturity
He should have given the money to the technical team or the coach to share it to the players. That how it’s supposed to be done, the liaison team clearly don’t know what they are doing”
Alhaji Grusah then looked back at Ghana Football Association to question the Executive Committee for allowing a personality like Eddie Doku to sign a petition to FIFA to involve the Ghana Football Association in the football reforms.
"It nonsense to allow Eddie Doku who was captured in the video taking bribe to sign their petition to FIFA. It was wrong in their part”
Black Princesses start their u-20 World Cup campaign against France on Sunday.