Nortey was a member of the Normalisation Committee that was put in place by FIFA
Nortey was a member of the Normalisation Committee that was put in place by FIFA

A member of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) Normalisation Committee (NC), Lawyer Naa Odofoley Nortey has said that having worked with the GFA for 14 months, she has come to the realization that, persons in the football fraternity are immune to new people.

Nortey was part of the Normalisation Committee that was put in place by FIFA after the events of the Anas “Number 12” documentary in August 2018 to run Ghana football and lay the grounds for changes in the statutes and the organisation of elections to find a new GFA boss to replace Kwesi Nyantakyi who had been allegedly implicated in the documentary.

“Members of the football fraternity don’t like strangers, this is because they really want to know and make sure by which means you are coming. Are you coming as a girlfriend or a wife? They need to understand the window through which you are using to enter the family. So your approval or disapproval would translate in the number of votes you will get or do not get. Even old members look at how they were treated sociably,” she said on Happy FM.

The Normalisation Committee’s mandate will come to an official end on November 17 and it will hand the reins of Ghana football over to the newly-formed Executive Council and the new Ghana FA President, Kurt. E.S. Okraku.

Source: happyghana.com

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