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Emmanuel Dasoberi quits GFA, set to take up Kotoko job

Emmanuel Newton Dasoberi has resigned from the Ghana Football Association (GFA) after nearly a decade of service.

The 38-year-old football administrator has served in numerous capacities at the country’s football governing body with the role as Club Licensing Manager being his most recent.

Dasoberi announced via his social media handle Monday.

“Today, September 14, 2020, I personally presented my letter of resignation to the General Secretary of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Prosper Harrison Addo at the Head Office of the GFA in Accra.

“It has been great serving the football governing body in various capacities.”

Dasoberi, who studied Sports and Events Management at University of Witwatersrand, has gained enough experience at the GFA.

The top football business expert was the administrator of the Football Association’s Technical Centre at Prampram.

He also served on the Premier League Board (PLB) and as well Secretary on the Appeals and Disciplinary Committees of the GFA.

On the African continent, Dasoberi also serves as a Caf Club Licensing Instructor (for three years running) as well as a Stadium Inspector. sources say the football administrator will be taking up a key management role at local giants Asante Kotoko.

The Porcupine Warriors are set to announce a management team to work under new Chief Executive Officer Nana Yaw Amponsah.

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