GFA Vice president Mark Addo and Executive Council member Randy Abbey have been appointed as part of the proposed 5-member Committee to outline policies for the formation of an autonomous Ghana Premier league, according to reports.
Abbey and Addo have vast experience in policy formulation and implementation, and their inclusion on the board is expected to fasten the process ahead of the league resumption.
Randy Abbey was also a member of the previous GHALCA delegation that worked on the same project which was stalled after a disagreement within the parties.
Mark Addo is also experienced in Corporate affairs with a specialty in financial engineering.
Meanwhile, the Premier League clubs have already nominated their representatives, and the GFA is expected to swear them in soon.
The Ghana Premier League is currently organised and managed by the GFA.
The 18-club league competition is managed by the Premier League Committee chaired by Lepowura Alhaji M.N.D Jawula with day-to-day administrative support from the Competitions Department of the GFA.
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