Yussif Alhassan Chibsah, the chairman of Professionals Football Association of Ghana (PFAG) player relations, has petitioned Manhyia to examine the time allowed to Asante Kotoko’s board and management team.
Manhyia dismissed the club’s board and management team last week following a three-year term, describing the situation as “unhealthy.”
Three years, according to the former Black Meteors captain, is insufficient time to make substantial progress in football administration.
As a result, the former Ljunskille SK (Swedish club) leader has offered to Manhyia a five and ten-year term for the next board and management team.
“Three-year terms for Kotoko management/board are not helping the club. Three years ago, Kotoko was at this same point that we are today,” he told Oyerepa FM.
He added, “We have tried this method for two-three times and it’s not helping, so I am pleading on Manhyia to give the next board/management at least between five and ten years.
“This period will help in implementing policies and strategies in achieving his goals and target. Three years in football is too short.”
When Ghana’s Black Meteors last competed in the quadrennial championship in Athens, Greece, Chibsah captained the team.