GHALCA sets up reforms c’ttee

The Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA) has constituted a committee to propose reforms for the Ghana FA as they hope to end the current storm that his hit the nation’s football.
Ghana is facing a FIFA ban by August 27 if the state refuses to withdraw its court suit seeking to liquidate the GFA.

But GHALCA, the welfare body of Ghanaian clubs is confident the ban will be avoided and has gone ahead to set up a committee to collate proposals for reforms from its members on how the process should go.

The composition of the committee is yet to be concluded but members nominated include the newly appointed Chief Executive Officer of Asante Kotoko George Amoako, Tamale City FC Director Jones Alhassan Abu and Heart of Lions President Randy Abbey, Skyy FC president Wilson Arthur and General Manager of Great Olympics Oloboi Commodore.

Lawyers Emmanuel Larbi Amoah and Dzakpasu are also being considered to join the committee.


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