The experienced football administrator studied Sports Administration and Major Event Management at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg and proceeded to study Law at the University of London.
He also holds a Master of Laws (LLM)degree fromUNICAF and a Master of Business Administration from the Accra Business School with academic direction from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.
He joined the Ghana Football Association (GFA) in 2010 as an Administrative Officer until 2020 when he resigned from the Football Association. During his time with the GFA, he held various positions and also served on committees including being Secretary to the GFA’s Disciplinary and Appeals Committees. He was also appointed as the Assistant Project Leader for the FIFA/F-MARC “11 FOR HEALTH PROJECT” from 2011-2013.
He went on to become the first Club Licensing Manager of the GFA and as a result of the successes chalked with regard to his understanding of the Club Licensing System, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) appointed him as a Club Licensing Instructor for Africa on Legal, Administrative and Personnel Criteria. This appointment meant that he was to train other Member Associations on Club Licensing and offer support in building a system that leads to professionalism in the game.
FIFA’s Professional Football Department, also recognisedhis achievements in the Development of football on the African continent and in 2017 decided with CAF to select him as one of two Club Licensing Managers in the World to benefit from its first FIFA Exchange Program in Qatar. Thus, becoming the first and only African till date to benefit from this initiative.
In 2017, CAF again appointed him as a CAF Stadium Inspector. This entails inspecting stadia and recommending the approval or otherwise for CAF sanctioned matches within the continent. The appointment has seen him visit a number of African countries to conduct inspection of stadia and other ancillary facilities.
In 2018, the Executive Committee of the GFA appointed him as a Deputy General Secretary (Administration). A position he held until his resignation in 2020.
In his career as a Football Administrator, he has provided assistance to Clubs in Ghana and abroad on the issue of professional football.
He is an excellent communicator, confident in dealing with people from all walks of life and a team player. He isalso focused and appreciate the need to remain flexible.
Mr. Dasoberi is a pleasant professional and proficient administrator who has a long track record of ensuring things run smoothly behind the scenes of a busy office.
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