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Ace Ankomah reportedly declines calls to be part of a 5-member committee to search for Ghana’s next coach


Legal advisor Ace Ankomah (Esq.) has purportedly withdrawn from the five-part panel liable for tracking down the following mentor for the Black Stars.


Ace Ankomah (Esq.) was initially appointed as the committee's vice chairman, with GFA Vice President Mark Addo serving as chair. decided to take a break from his position.

The board of trustees includes the Head of Instructing Training at the GFA, Teacher Joseph Kwame Mintah, Ghana football legend Opoku Nti, and William Caesar Kartey, Boss Overseer of the Service of Youth and Sports.

After Chris Hughton was fired as Black Stars coach on January 23, 2024, this committee was set up.



Saddick Adams, a sports journalist, claims that the law professor has declined the committee's invitation. "I’m informed that Lawyer Ace Ankomah has declined to serve on the committee to search for a new Black Stars coach," Adams wrote in a post on X.

“I have personally urged the President of Ghana to disband that committee, put an end to the search, and direct his minister and the GFA to first apologize to the Ghanaian people.

“Examine the factors that led to the disaster in Abidjan and submit the budgets for the technical and management reports.


It's admirable that Lawyer Ace has chosen to decline. Different individuals should decline their advantage.

"The chairman of that committee is not qualified for his position. Aluta Continua."



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