Former vice president of the Ghana Football Association, Fred Pappoe has told Accra based Asempa FM that he is likely to contest for the presidential seat of the GFA following the upcoming elections which will be supervised by the Normalization Committee.
Several football administrators have expressed their interest in the vacant position since the exit of Kwesi Nyantakyi after the premiering of the Anas Aremeyaw Anas 'Number 12' video.
But according to the astute football administrator and the director of Accra Great Olympics, he wants to have a clear idea as to how the procedure, arrangement and of Ghana football will be before making a firm decision; and that is the main issue holding his declaration.
“There are a lot of unknown factors which makes it a bit difficult to come out and state that you want to lead.
"We are still in the transition stage; let’s see how far things go, let’s get the rough idea of how things will be and then we can all stick our neck out but it’s very likely that I will contest for the position," he added.
Some aspirants for the GFA seat have already started donating to some football clubs and certain personalities in order to easily execute their ambition ahead of the elections.
The mandate of the four-member committee will elapse on March 31, 2019.