Former Black Stars player and general secretary of the Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG), Anthony Baffoe has been elected unto the governing body of the Africa division of the World’s players union at a congress held in Accra-Ghana.
Baffoe, who has been one of the campaigners for good conditions for players playing on the African continent and especially in Ghana, received a massive endorsement from members of the FIFPro Africa division to become a board member on Thursday 6th July,2017.
The FIFA and CAF match coordinator was elected with other former footballers to serve on the board including, former Cameroon and Chelsea player Geremi Njitap who will also serve as representative for FIFPro Africa division on the mother organization FIFpro World players union.
FIFpro Africa division is made up of nine (9) member associations: Cameroon, DR Congo, Egypt, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Morocco, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe with three observers,Botswana, Tunisia and Kenya.
— PFAG (@PFAGofficial) July 6, 2017
— FIFPro Africa (@FIFProAfrica) July 6, 2017