Former Executive Council Member of the Ghana Football Association, Moses Amarh Parker says he won’t contest for the GFA Presidential seat.
The elections are billed to come on this year.
Former GFA Vice President, George Afriyie, Kojo Yankah and Benjamin Jantuah have all declared their intention to for the GFA seat.
Asked whether he will contest for the seat, the former Black Stars management committee member says he has no intention.
“I have been an executive member before and my responsibilities now are a lot.” He told Adom FM in an interview.
“I will sit behind and offer my support and advice to the current administration”. He added
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