Eleven Wonders chief Takyi Arhin blasts liaison team, insists they have no clue

Published on: 01 August 2018

Chief Executive Officer of Techiman Eleven Wonders, Takyi Arhin has launched a scathing attack on the liaison team in charge of football activities in the country, insisting they have no idea about football administration.

The two man liaison team led by Dr. Kofi Amoah to see to the running of national team activities have come under intense criticisms with the manner in which they are executing their duties.

Takyi Arhin, who is C.E.O of XI Wonders says so far the liaison team has been poor and have no clue as to how to run football.

"So far so poor," he told Zylofon FM. "What they have been mandated to do, they have put that aside and they are rather doing their own thing," he added.

"Aduana was leaving to go play a Confederations Cup game in Congo and a day to the game, the Embassy in Congo has no idea. If there was a GFA, letters would have been sent earlier for the Embassy to be aware and the iternary for their arrival."

"You have two doctors fighting over national team job, one says it's my job, the other says it is his," he said in reference to the confusion over who handles the medical team of the nation U-20 team.

"It has become a comedy of errors. Just look at the manner in which the Black Princesses left the country for the World Cup in France. It is as if they were boarding a trotro. One badge goes and the other stays behind,"

"Finally, asking teams to bring proposals is much a do about nothing. So they have dropped their core mandate and have no idea what the are doing."

The Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) and the Confederation of African Football (CAF) appointed Mr. Francis Oti Akenteng and Dr. Kofi Amoah as liaison officers for Ghana, to ensure the smooth participation of the country in upcoming international competitions about 7 seven weeks ago.