Managing Director of Hearts of Oak Frederick Moore has said that the Executive Committee (Exco) of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) will be voted out if they fail to deliver on their mandate.
This follows an outcry from some stakeholders in the local game over the approval of ‘high’ remuneration plan to members of the GFA.
Moore, despite conceding that the FA members deserved such compensation, he was quick to add that they will be voted out if they don’t deliver.
“For any role that you play, you are not just paid because of your certificate or the fact that you are there, but for the role that you are playing, “
“And that role for the salary you get has to have accountability, Frederick Moore is quoted by Football Ghana.
“We need a football association in Ghana that can take football to the next level and if they are rewarded and they don’t take Ghana to the next level, then it is incumbent on the rest of us to vote them out,” he added.
Executives of the GFA has been under pressure in recent times following the approval of what had been described as ‘high’ remuneration to its members by the Congress.