Ghana Football Association (GFA) President Kurt Okraku says he has no issue with the immediate past Black Stars coach, Chris Hughton.
Ge claimed the perception that he has personal issues with the former coach is ‘untrue’.
"I don't hate anyone! I want to be successful. I demand performance from coaches, I want to see a team perform well and win games. This is what I demand from every coach that works for us!" Okraku stated emphatically in a presser in Kumasi.
"I want to see our Black Stars and all our national teams play good football and win games, including all local clubs," Okraku expressed passionately.
“How can this be achieved? It starts with the process we are undertaking today - engaging and sharing ideas, getting feedback, and ensuring that we are ready to implement the necessary strategies to bring back the love for football.” Mr Okraku added.
The GFA has come under heavy criticism after Ghana's disappointing display at the AFCON 2023, where the team failed to advance beyond the group stage.
The Black Stars lost their opening match 2-1 to Cape Verde and drew 2-2 with both Egypt and Mozambique.