Ex-Ghana internationals Abedi Pele and Tony Yeboah have reportedly be directed to lead the Ghana football Association in its new reforms.
Reports indicate President Nana Addo has asked the former Black Stars players to take over the affairs of the Football Association.
The two according to further reports will be aided by former Sports Minister OB Amoah.
This comes days after some members of theÂ Football Association were exposed in various corrupt acts in a video released by investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas and his Tiger Eye PI team ultimately resulting in the resignation of Kwesi Nyantakyi who quit as the President of the Nationâ€™s football governing body after being caught in the video.
Abedi Pele and Tony Yeboah from the reports will take temporarily charge of the Football Association until further notice.
This is also an attempt to have government rescind its decision to dissolve the Association as communicated earlier.
The new reforms is also expected to have some of the FA members lose their positions.
The Ghana Football Association executive committee have already asked officials spotted in the Anas video to step aside as they continue with their investigations.
Both Abedi Pele and Tony Yeboah are regarded two of the most celebrated Ghanaian footballers following the great success chalked with the Black Stars team.
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