Football fraternity in shame after Anas exposé – Techiman City owner Mickey Charles admits

Bankroller of Techiman City football Club, Charles Kwadjoe Ntim, has admitted that the football fraternity have let the fans of the local game after several revelations in the Anas Aremeyaw Anas expose on corruption in the domain.

The shocking documentary which was premiered on Wednesday, captured 77 Ghanaian referees and 14 top GFA officials engaging in various acts of corruption.

According to the outspoken administrator who was speaking on Asempa FM’s Ultimate Sports show, everybody involved in Ghana ought to be ashamed of themselves.

“We the football people should be ashamed of ourselves for letting the people of this country down”

“I will be surprised if Anas did not hypnotize President Nyantakyi for him to conduct himself in the manner he did in his video”

“What we saw in the video clearly show that things are not right in our football”