YEBOAH HAS BIG DREAMS Former Ghana international Tony Yeboah has set his sights on the Ghana FA job after being appointed board chairman of newly promoted league side Bechem Chelsea.
The 42-year-old believes his new role will serve as a spring-board to the top-most job in Ghana Football in future.
Yeboah became board chairman after acquiring 40 percent shares in the Bechem-based side.
"You can never tell for now but I believe this will open more door for me and the GFA job is one who know," Yeboah told Ghanasoccernet.com
"Everybody knows that I was a successful player in Europe and this new position is to help me learn something else." he added.
"I quickly will have to contact my friends in Europe and help raise sponsorship for the team."
The former Frankfurt and Leeds United striker joins the continuance of a worldwide fashion where old palyers are exchanging the boots for the suites(coaching) or pen(administrators).
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