Black Queens Management Committee member, Roy Arthur, has congratulated former Black Stars defender, Anthony Baffoe for his appointment as the deputy general secretary in charge of Football and Development by CAF.
The Ghanaian was appointed on Thursday to assist Amr Fahmy from Egypt who is the main General Secretary of Africa football ruling body to discharge his duties
According to Arthur, he had predicted that one day Baffoe will lead the continent in any capacity in football administration.
“I wasn’t surprise when Tony Baffoe was appointed as deputy general secretary of CAF because this is somebody some of us look up to in our day to day football administration for pieces of advice.
“His appointment to this position will be a new age for Africa football and especially Ghana so don’t be shocked to experience a paradigm shift in Africa because he is full of ideas,” he told Starr Sports.
Meanwhile, the young football administrator and player agent, Arthur, is in line to be appointed as the CEO one of the Premier League sides soon.