Controversial football administrator, Kojo Yankah says the Ghana Football Association Normalization Committee must blame for Black Queens and Black Maidens failure.
The Black Maiden who were hoping to book their place in the semi-finals of the ongoing FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in Uruguay lost Mexico on Sunday in a penalty shootout.
However, Cameroon also halted the Black Queens aim of hosting and winning the ongoing African Women’s championship after finishing 3rd in their group.
But the former Western Regional Football Association chairman believes the Normalization Committee who have less than four months to complete their mandate are to be blamed for the failure of Black Maidens and Black Queens.
“The Normalization Committee should call for Congress instead of thinking about how to get an extension,” he told Accra based Asempa FM.
“The Normalization Committee’s first priority is how to get an extension. They aren’t thinking about our league.
“The normalization committee are to blame for the failures of our various national teams.
“All these problems will be solved when we start playing our league,” he added.