Top female administrator, Leanier Addy has indicated she could be vying for the Ghana Football Association presidency should the position be made vacant in 2019.
According to her, she has learned the ropes and believes she is capable of running the affairs of the most popular sport in the country.
However, the Women’s League Board and Black Queens Management Committee Chairperson who is also in her second term on the Ghana FA Executive Committee said any decision to contest in the nearest future will be driven by interest.
“When there is vacancy, I will consider [contesting as Ghana FA president],” Leanier Addy told reporters.
She added: “I have the capacity… It is not my target at the moment but should Nyantakyi decide not to go again in 2019 and I’m interested, nothing will stop me from contesting.”
Incumbent Kwesi Nyantakyi’s recent comments have signaled a possible decision not to contest the seat again once his fourth term ends in the next two years.