CHAIRMAN for the Retired Footballers Association of Ghana (RENFAG) Coach Ibrahim Sunday has called on the government to give Ghana international legend C.K Gyamfi a state burial.
The former African Sports Cote d’ Voire and Kumasi Asante Kotoko manager who lead the Kumasi-based club to their second African Champions League Cup in 1983 asserted that C.k Gyamfi has achieved a lot for the country.
Ibrahim, 1971 African Footballer of the year also stated that RENFAG would follow proceedings of the funeral arrangements to make sure the former Kotoko player gets a befitting burial.
C.K Gyamfi, Three time African Cup of Nations Winner, was born to Mr Charles Kumi Gyamfi and Diana Doudu in Ofoase in the Eastern Region of Ghana in 1929 and died on September 2, 2015 at the Cocoa Affairs Clinic in Accra.
He was 86 years old.