Football administrator Micky Charles has weighed in on the recent decision to sack Chris Hughton as the head coach of the Ghanaian national football team, the Black Stars. Charles expressed his views during an interview with Peace FM.
The manager was relieved off his duties following the Black Stars group stage exit in the ongoing 2023 Africa Cup of Nations in Côte d’Ivoire.
According to Charles, dismissing Chris Hughton constitutes only a fraction, specifically 10%, of the larger issues plaguing Ghanaian football.
He emphasized that the major problem at hand requires urgent attention, and if not addressed promptly, it could potentially lead Ghanaian football into a detrimental state.
“If you sack Chris Hughton you have done nothing Chris Hughton’s departure is 10 percent of our problem,” he said.
“The major problem there now if we don’t sit up and solve it the gentleman (Kurt Okraku) will send Ghana football into a ditch,” he added.