Former Ghana FA Vice President Fred Pappoe believes the proposal to amend the term limit of the GFA Presidency is needless.
A Statutes Review Committee of the football governing body has tabled a proposal to amend the term limit of the GFA President from 2 terms to 3 terms.
The proposal has generated mixed reactions from the football publics and the former chairman of the Black Stars Management Committee feels the talk of extension is needless.
He tells Enoch Worlanyo on Asempa FM’s SportsNite show that if electorates of the football association were powerful enough, they won’t have problems with the proposal.
“I don’t even want to talk about that third-term proposal. It is needless. I do not see the need for three terms. If the electorates exercise their voting powers rightfully, they shouldn’t be scared about any term limit,” he stated.
“It is not mandatory. I have a very funny of thinking about issues. The term limit doesn’t really matter to me. If the delegates believe in the system it doesn’t matter whether it is one term or two terms. Regardless of the term limit, if you don’t perform you can be voted out. The issue here is people exercising their voting powers rightfully,” he added.
The former Ghana FA Vice President also strongly believes that Black Stars Management Committee members should not receive the same amount of appearance fees as players who play for the senior national team.