Participants of the Ghana Premier league, have taken gallant step towards making the league Autonomous with the selection of its representatives onto the yet to be constituted committee.
Reports coming from its meeting held after the FA announced plans to have the league run separately from the Association, says the Premier clubs unequivocally accepted the proposal, and has therefore selected three persons to join the proposed two from the FA.
The trio, selected by the clubs are Hearts of Oak board chairman Togbe Afede, Inter Allies CEO Delali Senaye, and Ebusua Dwarfs administrative manager John Ansah.
The three are together with the reps from the Ghana FA formulate policies to run the Autonomous league.
The Ghana FA is yet to name their members.