By Simon Asare, GNA
Accra, Aug. 10, GNA - A newly formed Ghana National League Clubs (GNLC), is expected to petition the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA), to pass a vote of no confidence in the current Executive Committee of the Ghana Football Association (GFA).
The new group, is also seeking to compel FIFA to expedite action on the proposed reforms in Ghana football.
The GNLC, made up of club owners in the Ghana Premier League and the Division One League, is seeking to fasten the roadmap to football reforms, after the "Anas Expose", which revealed various top football officials and referees caught in various forms of misconduct with government intervening in the process.
Excerpts of the petition sighted by GNA Sports, seek relieves which includes; passing of a vote of "No Confidence" in the Executive Committee, that, the committee should be considered dissolved forthwith, that the clubs, in conjunction with CAF, FIFA and the Government of Ghana, must collaborate to set in motion the necessary process for reforms to return Ghana Football to normalcy within the short possible time.
The document further reveals various resolutions which, highlighted their displeasure over certain decisions being taken by the EXCO in this turbulent era of Ghana Football.
These resolutions came in the wake of a legal suit by some executive committee members of the GFA in seeking to overturn government's decision to dissolve the FA.
Meanwhile, the two Ghanaian heavyweights Hearts and Kotoko are expected to sign this document after majority of the clubs having already signed the document.
The Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA) is expected to meet next Tuesday with the EXCO members to deliberate on issues pertaining the restoration of football in the country.
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