Jawula hails Nyantakyi on his new CAF appointment

first_imgFormer chairman of the Ghana Football Association Lepowura MND Jawula has praised Kwasi Nyantakyi on his rise at the Confederation of African Football.Nyantakyi was confirmed as the head of CAF’s Fair Play and SocialResponsibility Committee and also appointed on four other standing committees of the African football governing body on Tuesday.According to Lepowura Jawula, who is also a member of the CAF interclub committee, Nyantakyi’s appointment epitomizes his good work but he has advised him to be tactful in his dealings.“He should do it with a lot of caution, diplomacy and understanding with all those on the committee,” he told Joy sports“It is good for Ghana football to have somebody at that level, so what this means is that our own football must be well organized now and we have to take advantage of the fact that we have somebody who is very close at the top level in CAF.“Fair play in our country must be up to scratch, so that people do not say in his own country things don’t get on well, it is a challenge for all to support him and to ensure he does the things that are right so one day when a much bigger opportunity there comes they will look at him.” Nyantakyi won a CAF Executive Committee election two years ago and also holds a position at FIFA.last_img read more


Suarez invokes comparisons with Messi, Ronaldo

first_imgBy mixing jaw-dropping goals with a growing list of brushes with controversy, Luis Suarez divides opinion like perhaps no other player in world football.Since 2010, Suarez’s crime sheet includes biting two opponents, racially abusing another and becoming vilified globally for a cynical handball on the goal line during a World Cup quarterfinal. There’s also his penchant for diving that infuriates fans and opposition managers alike.There are days, though, when fans are left shaking their heads not because of his misdemeanors but for his outrageous moments of brilliance on the field.On Thursday, the Uruguay striker was being compared with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, and hailed as arguably the greatest striker in Liverpool’s history, after a scintillating four-goal display against Norwich in the Premier League.last_img read more