Club Chief Executive Officer

CLUB CEO– Tadoum Armel Cedric

A Cameroonian by birth but has been in Ghana for over two decades doing business by producing the best of various form of sausages on the Ghanaian market with the brand name  FIRST SAUSAGE. The successful thrive of his business and his great interest, love; passion for football propelled him to venture into football to help talents around the globe in order to succeed.

The CEO popularly known as ‘Tony Montana’ in the football circles speaks fluent French and has credible business partners globally which includes credible football agents who have requested great football talents from his club ‘Five Star Football Club’ and through his football agency “Five Star Football Connect”.

Tadoum Armel Cedric’s dream is to own the biggest club on the continent of Africa one day and transfer quality players to the biggest European, Asia, Americas, Antarctica and Australia Markets in the coming days.

Managing Director and Spokesperson


Tony Bebli household name when it comes to Sports Journalism in Ghana. Over 19 years of practicing journalism with all the biggest Media Houses in Ghana. Tony Bebli started Journalism in the late 90’s when he got admission to study Bsc Agric Engineering at KNUST in 1998 ‘CONTI FM’ and after graduation ventured into full time Sport Journalism starting with Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (Volta Star Ho) and moved in 2006 and joined the Multimedia Group Limited (JOY FM) as a correspondent and latter joined the group in Accra in 2008 as a Radio presenter, TV Anchor and an online editor for 6years and moved on to join the EIB Group (Starr FM and GhOne TV), during his practice he was given the accolade the ‘Numero Uno’ of football Commentary  in Ghana. He covered Ghana’s 3 World Cup qualifications in 2006 in Germany, 2010 in South Africa and 2014 in Brazil, partnered the BBC to cover the 2008 AFCON held in Ghana. Tony also traveled to cover most Black Stars qualifiers as well as the 2011 All Africa Games in Mozambique and the famous 2012 Olympic Games in London.

He was a good footballer in his youthfully ages played amateur football with great clubs as Salami Aces in Bubuasshi, Nobo Arrics and CYO in Mataheko. Tony’s involvement in football administration started in Ho when he was the communications officer for division side Home Stars currently Inter Allies in the Ghana’s Premier League. Tony currently is a member of  the communication team Ghana’s Premier  League side Liberty Professionals the club that has produced the likes of Michael Essien, Asamoah Gyan, Sulley Muntari, Derrick Boateng et al. Tony is bent in seeing ‘Five Star Football Club’ progress systematically  to the elite league in the next few years.

Club Manager


Clovis Wandji by the name of DJ Oxy. I have gone into 32 countries I speak English and French, as a former goal keeper. I love football and I have a big knowledge about football, a motivator and owner of Chantyely Pub.

One great human resource manger who has managed the human  resources  of big companies on the Africa continent numbering over 32   of them. Being a bilingual personality, has given great opportunities to deal with most French speaking countries and other European countries in football managers. Born a Cameronian and has a beautiful Ghanaian wife with lovely children. His love for football started after World Cup 1990 when his countrymen of Cameroon made Africa proud by reaching the quarter finals but failed to progress so decided to persue his dream talent as an amateur goalkeeper to replace the likes Thomas Nkono, Antoine Bell and Jacques Songo but that failed so decided to vent into events management and radio presentation.

He is one of the best foreign Disc Jockeys you can find in Ghana as at now. He plays over five night club a week and owns one of the finest pubs in the Central Region of Ghana and has over 20 workers under his supervision so comes on board as the the Team Manager with much experience for the club to succeed.