Ghana League Club Association (GHALCA) Chairman, Kudjoe Fianoo could run for the 2019 Ghana Football Association Presidency.
The football administrator is likely to join the race to head the Nation’s football governing body.
Fianoo, a member of the Ghana FA executive committee doubles as the Chief executive officer of Ghana Premier League side Ashanti Gold.
“Let’s just hope for life, I have been receiving calls whether I will contest for it but I always keep saying time will tell,” he told Happy FM.
“It might happen that I could stop football before that time, It might happen that I could be in a different position before that time.
“I can’t tell for now so let’s just hope that we are will be able to see 2019.
“From now to 2019 is quite a long time and so let’s just wait and see what will happen. If it happens that I should contest, why not?”
Current FA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi will vacate office after 2019 having served since 2004.
The FIFA executive council member had further climbed the ladder in football administration after being appointed the vice president for the Confederation of African football.
He has been described as the most successful and celebrated Ghana Football Association President.
Fast-rising football administrator Nana Yaw Amponsah, former FA vice President Fred Pappoe, George Afriyie who is the current FA vice President and Dreams FC CEO Kurt Okraku are all expected to contest for the Ghana Football Association President in two years time.
By Frank Darkwah