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What has Kurt Okraku achieved as GFA Boss? – Stephen Baidoo asks

This comes after Kurt Okraku said in an interview that his administration has over-performed since assuming office in October, 2019 and deserves another term in office

Former Asante Kotoko defender, Stephen Baidoo has said that Kurt Okraku and his administration at the Ghana Football Association has not overachieved its objectives as many claims.

This comes after Kurt Okraku said in an interview that his administration has over-performed since assuming office in October, 2019 and deserves another term in office.

But according to Stephen Baidoo, Kurt Okraku has failed to impress as the overlord of Ghana football and must not be reconsidered for a second term.

Speaking to Onua TV in an interview monitored by Getsportsgh, the veteran footballer said “achievement on what?. When you say achievement, it should reflect and get results but currently our Black Stars and other national teams sleep in hotels instead of Prampram. If Kurt has overachieved, by now Ghana should be boasting of training camps that host national teams like what Morocco and other serious-minded countries have done.

“Ashgold have good facilities but we are rather bent on sinking the club with those facilities left to rot in Obuasi. If the Moroccan FA President says he has overachieved, I will agree with him because we are all witness to the massive transformation but in Ghana what has Kurt Okraku and his administration achieved, it’s not about securing sponsorship deals which are not even reflecting on the clubs.

On whether Kurt Okraku should be retained for another four years as Ghana FA President, Stephen Baidoo who was a member of the Black Stars team at the 1996 summer Olympics said that, “I’m not part of those who vote, If I happened to be part of them, normally when things are not going on well, you vote for change and that’s what I would have done.”

Meanwhile, Kurt Okraku is seeking for another term in office when his current mandate as Ghana FA President elapse in October this year.

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