Proven Ghanaian diplomat and worldwide acclaimed football financial pillar and networking expert Philip Lawer Alimo is in line to re-ignite key investment drives into Ghanaian football.

The 32-year-old experienced sports management professional has over a decade worth of experience working with high-class business tycoons, reputable politicians and other high-profiled personalities in the sporting arena.

The illustrious achiever is expected to leverage on his powerful connections and staggering networking prowess to bring mouthwatering packages to Ghanaian football clubs as he has a proven track-record of delivering sponsorship packages that turn around the fate of sporting entities for good.

In 2017, the fast-rising and intelligent young entrepreneur organised and hosted the Ghana national team in Al Ain ahead of the 2017 African Cup of Nations tournament.

Globally-acclaimed sports management professional Philip Alimo organised Ghana Black Stars' camping in Al Ain in 2017
Globally-acclaimed sports management professional Philip Alimo organised Ghana Black Stars’ camping in Al Ain in 2017

He has endorsed Ghana Football Association Presidential aspirant George Afriyie to become the next President of the football governing body in the West African nation and has pledged his support for the CAF AFCON Organising Committee member in a video issued in show of support.

Alimo, whose solid networking and sports connections cut across Asia, Europe and Africa, worked with Arkady Dvorkovich who is a former Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation.

The fast-rising Philip Alimo played a strategic role in the Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup success story
The fast-rising Philip Alimo played a strategic role in the Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup success story

Alimo draws some of his expertise in football management working with Dvorkovich when he was the Chairman of the LOC 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia.

He received plaudits for his extraordinary work as a senior media coordinator for the Asian Chess Federation while he was praised for his contribution to the success of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.

By El Akyereko

Follow the writer on Twitter: @Akwasiakyereko

Ghana Sports Online


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