Chairman of the GFA Club Licensing Board Dr. Kwame Baah Nuakoh, has urged the newly inaugurated management of Asante Kotoko to put in place structures that will make the club a beacon of professionalism in Ghana Football.
Dr Baah Nuako, who is also a former management member of Kotoko, believes newly appointed CEO, Nana Yaw Amponsah, has what it takes to uplift the image of the club.
“Kotoko should be the guiding light for Ghana football. And I think all the other clubs will follow when Kotoko decides to lead,” he said.
“I think the Board and Nana Yaw’s team should take this as the guiding principle that Kotoko should want to be the leader as far as Ghana Football is concerned.
“And in doing so, we expect Kotoko to do the right things.
“I have no doubts in my mind that this current Board has the acumen and ability to ensure that Kotoko takes up the leadership mantle in Ghana football.”
Nana Yaw Amponsah, who replaces George Amoako as CEO of the Porcupine Warriors, will be in charge of the club for the next three seasons.