The Ghana Football Association (GFA) Normalisation Committee (NC) has dropped its initial decision to change the name and logo of the GFA after a meeting with some stakeholders of the game.
The NC, represented by Naa Odofoley Nortey, hinted that the NC was no longer interested in the name and logo change of the GFA and explained they have no time.
General Manager of Berekum Chelsea Football Club, Nana Oduro Sarfo, who was present at the meeting, explained in detail the reason why the NC reversed the decision.
“When we met, the name GFA was still the same but the abbreviation was Association of Ghana Football which means there was a typographical error so they corrected it,” he told Asempa Sports.
“Also, they proposed previously that the total number of people to be represented and will vote at Congress from the Premier side should be 32 and 24 for Division One; but the members who met with the Committee gave them the reason why we still have to maintain the 48 members of Division One to vote at Congress.
“When it comes to Regional Football Association (RFA), there will be a chairman, but the chairman will work with the General Secretary who doubles as the Chief Executive Officer of the GFA so that there can be a supervisory role over the RFAs,” he added.
Source: Adomonline.com | Asempa Sports |Amenyoh Raphael