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Division One League clubs in Ghana have proposed that the new GFA Should have a 17-member Executive Board instead of the 11 proposed by the GFA Normalization Committee.
In a meeting held on Thursday 15th August in Takoradi, club owners, CEOs and Directors of the DOLs resolved to send a proposal to the Normalization Committee to consider making the Executive Board 17 members instead of 11.
At the meeting held at the NAKOFF Hotel in Takoradi, former GFA Vice President argued strongly that the 11-member Executive Board proposed by the NC is small insisting it must be 17.
George further suggested, which was accepted at the meeting, that 3 out of the 17 members on the board must be from Division One.
In a document sighted by footballmadeinghana.com, the meeting was attended by GFA Presidential aspirant Nana Yaw Amponsah, Sammy Anim Addo, Lawyer Kweku Eyiah, Jones Abu Alhassan, Wilson Arthur, Joojo Duncan and Baba Gedo.
According to them, the DOL must have a key role to play in deciding the right path for football in the country in the next administration.
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