Hearts of Oak Managing Director Fred Moore has ruled himself out of the running to serve on a soon to be named committee that will be tasked by the Ghana FA to work out modalities and parameters for transitioning the Ghana Premier League status to autonomous.
The GFA made the announcement this week that they have commenced plans to make the Premier League independent of the football’s governing body.
In a statement, the FA communicated that its Executive Council will form a 5-member Committee to advise the GFA on how to proceed with the implementation of the Policy.
“The Premier League Autonomy Committee will be made up of 3 persons nominated by the 18-Premier League Clubs with the other two to be added by GFA the statement continued.
It is believed that the 3 premier league representatives will have persons from Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko.
However, Hearts MD Fred Moore has decided to opt out of being considered for such a role.
He told Kumasi FM, “I’m not vying to be on the committee. I believe I have the capabilities, managing Hearts of Oak is not easy but I don’t intend to put myself forward for that”.
“I’ve got a lot of things that are in the pipeline and a lot of things doing in football that will make it difficult for me to devote that amount of time that will be needed”, he concluded.