Controversial football administrator Charles Kwadwo Ntim has taken a swipe at the Kurt Okraku-led Ghana Football Association following the verdict of Ebusua Dwarfs vs Legon Cities abandoned game.
The current GFA administration led by the former Executive Chairman of Dreams FC have come under serious scrutiny with unsubstantiated claims and conspiracy theories from various quarters of the football divide not forgetting the state of refeering levelled at the doorsteps of the Kurt Okraku led administration.
The most recent conspiracy theory making waves on the domestic scene was born out of the ruling of the Disciplinary Committee of the GFA, where Legon Cities were declared winners in the abandoned match day 23 fixture against Ebusua Dwarfs.
With various interpretations read into the decision, Charles Kwadwo Ntim affectionately called Mickey Charles who was sharing his opinion on the ruling iterated a vocal administrator who criticizes the football association will be victimized.
“There’s culture of silence in Ghana Football. If you criticise, your team will go to relegation,” he told Accra-based Angel 102.9 FM.
According to the owner of Division One League side Techiman City he will return to the country when the GFA president leaves office.
“I will return to Ghana football the day Prosper Harrison Addo and Kurt Okraku leave office,”
Meanwhile, Mickey Charles – who is presently based in the United States of America – has also faced the full rigors of the law when his side were docked points against Tamale City after the referee handling the game opted not to continue due to insecurity.