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Randy Abbey best man for GFA Vice position - Harry Zakour

By Vincent Ashitey

Former Hearts of Oak chairman Harry Zakour has endorsed Randy Abbey has the best man to be Ghana Football Association Vice President.

Several names have popped up for the Vice position following the election of new GFA President Kurt Okraku.

However,  Zakkour whose administration saw the Rainbow Club winning a host of laurels in the early 2000s which earned him the title "Millenium chairman" has called on the GFA Executive Council who has the power to choose a Vice for the Association not to look beyond the Heart of Lions owner as he will be a good deputy for Kurt Okraku.

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The previous statutes allowed the President to appoint his vice.

"Well; l am looking at it this way, l think Randy Abbey is the best for the vice chairmanship," the fire-spitting football administrator told some sections of his club's supporters as aired on Kumasi-based Angel FM.

He continued, "You know he has played a very big role and has formed his own team. I hope Kurt will choose him as his vice chairman for the Ghana Football Association."

"Well they [Executive Council members] have heard my voice and if they want us to go far, Randy Abbey is the best for the FA vice chairmanship position," he reiterated.

Relatedly, General Manager of Berekum Chelsea Football Club Nana Oduro Sarfo has named his top four candidates who is belives will help of which Randy Abbey is among his picks.

"Randy Abbey, George Amoako, Dr.Toni Aubyn and Mark Addo are my top 4 contestants for the Vice President position," he told Asempa FM.

The 12-member Executive Council will elect a new person to deputize President Kurt Okraku on November 5.

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