Congress, the highest decision making body of the Ghana League Club Association (GHALCA), has given its support for the Association to go under reconstruction in a bid to reclaim its lost glory.

This was a subject of serious discussion at the Association’s Congress held last week at the Head Office in Accra, where members demanded for a more vibrant GHALCA.

In an interview with the GNA Sports after the meeting, Mr. Kudjoe Fianoo, Chairman of the Association disclosed that all members including himself, were worried for the current state of the Association.

He said Congress had agreed for a Committee to be setup to look at how best they can reconstruct GHALCA to take a relevant position in the development of Ghana Football.

“As an association, we have also realized that we are losing our strength and shine. So in the next couple of days or weeks, we are going to set up a Committee to take another look at GHALCA in its current form and see how best we can reposition it.

“This is because GHALCA used to be a force to reckon with. I would be the first to admit that we have lost our shine and bite. So we have realized that there is a need for us to reposition the Association so that we can offer our assistance or give a push to the development and promotion of football in Ghana,” Mr. Fianoo explained.

GNA/NewsGhana.com.gh

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