The immediate past Chairman of the Ghana Leagues Clubs Association Alhaji Ali Raji, has cautioned Ghana Football Association President Mr. Kurt Okraku, to trod cautiously on his decision to implement an autonomous league.
The football administrator believes that the influence of the President will be drastically reduced if the GFA loses control on the league.
He posited that Ghana football basically hinges on the league and any attempt to make the league autonomous will greatly reduce the influence and control of the GFA Boss.
Speaking to Kumasi based Akoma 87.9 fm, Alhaji Raji stated that “I am surprised about the eagerness of the new GFA President to see the league go autonomous, it will greatly reduce the influence of the President.
”Ghana Football is all about the league and therefore if he loses influence and control on the league, where lies his authority again,” he added.
The GFA Executive Council outlined steps to make the Ghana premier league autonomous a couple of days ago.
Pursuance to that, Premier League Clubs nominated three eminent persons to serve on the Autonomous Committee tasked with the responsibility of developing the modalities and the road map to make the league autonomous and independent of the Ghana Football Association.
Togbe Afede XIV, Mr. John Ansah and Delali Senaye will be joined by two persons selected by the GFA to begin the process.
Source: Raphael Sarkordie|Akoma FM|