Normalisation Committee Denies Degree Requirement… For GFA Prez Aspirants
The Normalisation Committee (NC) has poured cold water on reports that a Master’s Degree is a requirement for prospective Ghana Football Association presidential aspirants.
Hitherto the rebuttal, the assertion generated heated debate among the football folks.
Those who challenged the wild speculation were of the view that the said requirement will deny potential candidates the chance to bring their rich experience to bear on the country’s football administration.
But spokesperson of Normalisation Committee, Dan Kwaku Yeboah has vehemently denied the rumour saying, ”It’s not true. The committee has not set any criteria of that sort. We don’t know where those reports are coming from.
”Wherever those reports are coming from, I don’t know but what I know is that they aren’t coming from the Normalisation Committee.
”In any case, if the reports are attributed to any of the ad-hoc committees, that will be strange because none of those committees are supposed to set a criteria for the governance of the FA.”
The Normalisation Committee’s operations have stoked criticism from some football quarters following the perceived ‘rancour’ between them and some Premier League Clubs in the country.