The Ashaiman FA, under the Greater Accra Football Association (GARFA), will hold a stakeholders meeting at the St. Augustine Conference Hall, on Saturday.
The meeting, under the auspices of GARFA, will have clubs participating in the juvenile, second and third division leagues deliberate on issues in the 2021/22 season and implement new measures ahead of the 2022/23 campaign which kick-start next year.
According to the Chairman of the Ashaiman FA, Mr. Raphael Tommy, his outfit was committed to address issues raised by stakeholders in the previous season.
“We had reports of bad officiating, poor nature of match venues and payment of officiating fees by the clubs.
“Most of these clubs have expressed their worries about these and as the Chairman of the District FA, I deem it necessary to meet all the clubs, both at the juvenile and third division level to address them and ensure the smooth progress of our football. Also, we will ensure clubs have the best of competition in the new season,” he said.
The Ashaiman FA has received endorsement from the GFA President, Mr Kurt Okraku and the GARFA Chairman, Mr Samuel Aboabire for their hard work in the development of football at the district level.
BY LINUS SIAW NARTEY