A stakeholders consultative forum held on Tuesday by football people in the country has set up seven-member committee to review the proposed statutes for governing of football in the country by the Normalization Committee (NC) of the Ghana Football Association (GFA).
The GFA Normalization Committee, as per directive of world football governing body FIFA, has proposed statutes to govern football in the country. The proposed statutes by the NC is subject to GFA Congress approval before it becomes binding.
Ahead of the GFA Extra-Ordinary Congress on September 5 this year, football people drawn from premier, division one and division two clubs, women football leadership, representatives from the various regional football associations have held stakeholders consultative meeting on Tuesday at Osu, Accra to discuss the proposed statutes ahead of the Extra-Ordinary Congress. At the said meeting, the forum resolved to set up seven-member committee to as a matter of urgency, scrutinise the NC drafted statutes to ensure compatibility with current statutes of FIFA standard.
The committee, headed by Ameenu Shardow, Administrative Manager for premier league side Dreams FC, have been tasked to, within one week, review the NC proposed statutes as against the existing GFA Statutes to ensure it complies with current standard FIFA Statues.
Other members of the committee include Lawyer Kwame Ntow Fianko, Jones Abu Alhassan, Hearts of Lions Chairman Randy Abbey and Central Regional Football Association Chairman, Robert Duncan.
The rest are Ashantigold SC CEO Frederick Acheampong with Fabulous Ladies FC President Madam Habiba Atta completing the list.
The committee have been tasked to, as a matter of urgency, execute their assigned duty and submit their findings in a week.
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