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Former Great Olympics boss David Mawuli Fugah quits football administration

Former Great Olympics chief executive David Mawuli Fugah says he's lost interested in football administration.

Fugah, who has been amputated after being involved in a life-threatening accident, says he was neglected by his colleagues during the most difficult times of life.

The outspoken former club chief does not want to have anything to do with football and Great Olympics.

"There is so much undermining and so I have lost interest in Ghana football long ago. Great Olympics are responsible for my decision to quit football administration," he told Asempa FM

"I was involved in an accident. Later I got amputated. None of the officials of Olympics never visited me to even check up on me. Fred Pappoe, R.O Solomon, Amarkai Amarteifio. None of them.

"They want to run Olympics, lets them run it. I was very close to them but they neglected me.

"I now enjoy watching my European football at home. I am done and dusted with Ghana football."

Source: Ghana Soccernet

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