June 14, 2024


Patrick Osei-Agyemang, the host of Fire-for-Fire on Adom TV, is spearheading a major protest against the Ghana Football Association (GFA).

Scheduled for Valentine’s Day on February 14, the demonstration is a response to the perceived failure of the Kurt Okraku-led administration, particularly in light of the recent disappointing performance of the Black Stars in the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournament in Ivory Coast.

Hoping to break the country’s 42-year trophy drought, the Black Stars exited the tournament at the group stage with only two points.

This outcome, marked by two draws against Egypt and Mozambique and a loss to Cape Verde in their opener, marks the team’s second consecutive group stage exit in AFCON history.

Attributing the team’s dismal showing to mismanagement, Osei-Agyemang, an esteemed broadcaster, has criticized the GFA for allegedly squandering taxpayer funds without yielding results.

His protest aims to demand transparency, particularly regarding the budget allocated for the AFCON.

In the wake of the Black Stars’ poor performance, the GFA has relieved Chris Hughton of his duties as head coach. The GFA has unveiled a roadmap for the appointment of a new coach in light of these developments.



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