Former Asante Kotoko chairman Herbert Mensah has cooled talks over his reported interest in contesting Kwesi Nyantakyi for the Ghana FA Presidency.
The current chairman of the Ghana Rugby Association is reportedly readying himself to confirm his ambition for next year’s elections.
Mensah is the latest to be linked to the GFA’s top job following a similar report of interest by Executive Committee member Randy Abbey.
But the ex Kotoko boss hilariously denied his interest while urging patience for incumbent Kwesi Nyantakyi to get things right.
“A good administrator is not necessarily what everyone wants, maybe when Kwesi [Nyantakyi] asks me to run I will,” he told Asempa FM.
“Yes, we didn’t do well at the World Cup not because we are not good enough but it was always coming due to the unrests in the camp.
“I think we need to give Kwesi [Nyantakyi] a chance. About a month or two, when things die down, Kwesi must come out with a plan to take as forward.
“We have Nations Cup matches and all to come and we need a clearer path moving forward.”