Ghana FA elects new leadership after successful Congress

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has elected a new President to steer the affairs of the federation.

The newly elected President will head a new 12-member Executive Council of the association of five representatives from the Premier League, three from the Division One League, two from the Regional FAs and another member from the Women’s Elite Clubs.

The five representatives from the top flight division include Dr Toni Aubynn, Frederick Acheampong, Nana Oduro Sarfo, George Ernest Amoako and Osei Bonsu Kingsley.

Randy Abbey, Mark Addo and Samuel Anim Addo were elected onto the Executive Council of the GFA to represent the 48 Division One League clubs.

Veteran football administrator Madam Habiba will represent the Women’s Elite Clubs on the council after beating competitions from some notable women football administrators.

Newly elected Eastern Regional FA chairman Linford Asamoah was also elected to join the Executive Council as a representative of the Regional FAs. Another member from the regions was expected to join him to complete the formation of the new Executive Council.

The new GFA President who sees his election as an honor to lead the revival and transformation of Ghana soccer has assured the West African country of his resolve to build a new image for Ghana soccer.

“It is time for us to ignite passion and create wealth for everybody.

“It is time for us to work. It is time for us to let go of our feelings. It is time to build a new product for Ghana football which the corporate world, Ghanaians and the world will be proud of.

“It is time for us to ignite passion and create wealth for everybody”, the new president added.
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