FIFA/CAF will this week seek to find a lasting solution to the woes of Ghana football; a 3-man taskforce arrived in Ghana to see to the formation of the normalization committee.
The committee will see to the running of Ghana football till a date is fixed for congress to elect new leaders to take charge of the association. Delegation from the world’s football governing body, FIFA with members of CAF, arrived in Accra Tuesday ahead of the formation of a normalization committee.
A three-man team of Luca Nicola, Fifa’s Manager of Member Association, Veron Mosengo-Omba, the Director of Member Associations and Development for Africa and the Caribbean and CAF’s first vice-president Amaju Pinnick.
Their main mission in Ghana is to put in place a Control Committee which will lay ground work for fresh elections at GFA to run affairs of the football in the country.
The team will meet with football stakeholders today and ultimately appoint members through their integrity checks to constitute the Normalization Committee.
It is believed that the Committee shall be officially installed by Friday, 14th September to commence their functions of running the operations of football in the country.