Former Ghana International and experienced football Administrator, Anthony Baffoe has informed Ghana Football Association that he’s available anytime they needs his support.
Former Bayern Munich defender, who was the Deputy General Secretary since 2017, has been in charge of Football and Development at CAF but announced his departure after the month of June, 2021.
”For now, I don’t have any ambitions to become an FA president; people asked me the same thing during Kwesi Nyantakyi’s time and for now I am very happy with what I am doing, my life is fulfilled,” he told Graphic Online.
“I just finished four years serving at the highest level of African football so I am fine. I told the GFA I am there if they need me, I’ll be ready to support,” he added.
He captained Ghana that lost the 1992 Afcon trophy to the Ivorians after a marathon penalty shootout exercise which ended 11-10. The final ended 0-0 in regulation time.
Story by: Opoku Asare Obed