Former Black Princesses Coach wants to become GFA president

Published on: 09 January 2018


Former Black Princesses Coach, Robert Sackey has revealed his desire to contest for the Ghana Football Association Presidency in 2019. 

The Accra Great Olympics board member wants to succeed Kwesi Nyantakyi, who has stated he will not seek re-election at the end of his current tenure.

According to the U.S Based trained Coach, the time to contest for the position is now since current President Mr. Nyantakyi wont vie for the position in 2019.

”Yeah, I really want to become FA president in 2019, if I have been able to work with USA who are very difficult to work with why cant I be FA president,” Sackey told Asempa FM’s Sports Night show.

”For now whatever it is in football, is no secret because people know it but there is no need for me to have offenses now.  If I make my decisions, I will tell myself.”

Robert Sackey was Coach of the female U-20 team at the FIFA world cup in 2012, Japan.