As expected, the Ghana Football Association (GFA) Extraordinary Congress did not end without incident; from the Physician and Surgeons Department being stench with heavy security to Alhaji Grusah’s outburst during proceedings.
Apparently, it was the latter that attracted the most attention following Grusah’s outburst, tagging the chairmen of the Regional Football Associations (RFA) as “Goro boys”.
The remark by the controversial football administrator did not go down well with some delegates present, most especially Kojo Yankah and Fred Pappoe who had to call the King Faisal FC president to order.
Grusah later had to apologize for the rather distasteful comment but with the race for the FA presidency heating up, such public stunts could have dire consequences on the ambitions of the renowned football administrator, who is eyeing the vacant FA post.
As regional football heads, such persons (chairmen) are expected to play a crucial role towards the election of the next president of the country’s football association.
As such, anything less than respect could attract their wrath.
“Goro boys” is a term associated with middlemen who are often regarded as swindlers due to their numerous nefarious activities.