Baffoe leaves as CAF Deputy General Secretary
Former Ghana international Anthony Baffoe has left his position as Deputy General Secretary of the Confederation of African Football (CAF).
CAF announced on June 30th that it was the last day Baffoe was serving the African Football body.
Baffoe was appointed Deputy General Secretary and has been in charge of Football and Development since 2017.
“I leave with my head high as together with your support we achieved many milestones and crossed many hurdles as far as the development and promotion of African football is concerned. As the first footballer to serve in such a senior management position, I am convinced I won’t be the last. My fellow legends, thanks for the support and my family for always being my rock,” said Baffoe.
He also thanked the CAF Executive Committee led by Patrice Motsepe for the opportunity and the former CAF President Ahmad Ahmad for seeing the potential in him.
Veron Mosengo-Omba, the CAF Secretary General thanked Baffoe for his service and wished him well in his future endeavors.