New GHALCA executive sworn into office

Newly elected chairman of the Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA), Mr. Kudjoe Fianoo says his administration will compliment the effort of the Ghana Football Association (GFA).

“We’ll not be in competition with the GFA; we are coming in to assist and help with the development and promotion of the game we all love.” 

Mr. Fianoo made the remark at the swearing-in of the newly elected executive of GHALCA at its Secretariat at the Accra Sports Stadium, yesterday. 

The retained GHALCA boss was speaking in relation to perception that the club welfare body has become irrelevant to the development of football and is seen as a pressure group on the GFA. 

“That is not the case for GHALCA; we are a rallying point for the clubs and an advocacy group for the clubs and players of the industry,” he noted. 

Addressing guests and members of the executive, Mr. Fianoo reminded that it was important to work as a team, and that as a leader he would not be effective if he does not get the support from the team.

Swearing-in the new executives, Supreme Court Judge His Lordship Justice Amadu Tanko asked them to execute their task to the admiration of all and called on them to be a record keeping administration that would have their works kept safely for generations yet unborn.

GFA President Kurt Okraku congratulated the new executives and urged them to be mindful of the fact that GHALCA and the GFA Executive Council are in football for a common purpose.

RAYMOND ACKUMEY

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