Moses Foh-Amoaning

Moses Foh-Amoaning is under fire

Ex-Berekum Chelsea chief Nana Oduro Sarfo has ripped into 2014 World Cup Commissioner Moses Foh-Amoaning, labeling him as the most ?quick-tempered? personality in Ghana, directing him to seek for anger therapy, not Sulley Muntari.

A fallout of a government white paper on the commission?s work, asked the AC Milan midfielder to undergo an anger management therapy following an altercation with a former Black Stars management committee member Moses Armah.

Muntari launched an unprovoked attack on the Medeama president during a meeting to address grievances surrounding their appearance fee.

Nana Oduro Sarfo

Nana Oduro Sarfo wants Moses Foh-Amoaning to undergo anger therapy

But the Ghanaian football administrator has turned his guns on a member of the three-man commission, Moses Foh-Amoaning, accusing him of lacking the moral authority to offer such a recommendation.

?How can you say that? If Sulley were to be your child would you recommend he go for anger therapy. If we want mad men we surely have them in abundance in this country. Sulley is not one. Why anger therapy? For what? he quizzed on newly established Kasapa FM.

?They also say Asamoah Gyan should go for leadership training. Where? Is it the Afienya Leadership Training school or what?

?If we want a classic example of someone with anger issues, then it is Moses Foh-Amoaning. He needs anger therapy. Before the commission of which he was part sat, he stormed a radio station to demand answers to why people where praising Kwesi Nyantakyi.

?Moses Foh-Amoaning is the most quick-tempered person in Ghana.?

The three-man commission has come under mounting criticism over several portions of their recommendation which sought to focus on the Ghana FA.

But Foh-Amoaning has rubbished such claims and warned of dire consequences for persons who run negative commentaries on the report.


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