The Ghana Premier League Autonomous Committee has submitted it first report to Executive Council of the Premier League Advisory Committee of the Ghana Football Association, GFA on Monday, December 15, 2020
The committee was set up to seek ways both administrative and implementation of how to make the Ghana Premier League an autonomous body from the Ghana Football Association, GFA.
The Togbe Afede XIV-led Committee was instituted in June 2020 to start the process leading to the Ghana Premier League going autonomous.
The Executive Council also tasked Committee to come up with the modalities, processes and roadmap for the establishment of an autonomous Ghana Premier League.
Membership of the Advisory Committee included, GFA Executive Council member, Dr. Toni Aubynn, Dr. Kwame Baah-Nuakoh, Chairman of the Club Licensing Board and Delali Senaye, CEO of Inter Allies Football Club. Others were, Mr. John Ansah, Operations Manager of Cape Coast Mysterious Ebusua Dwarfs Football Club. The Advisory Committee is chaired by Togbe Afede XIV, Board Chairman of Accra Hearts of Oak Sporting Club.
The Advisory Committee took Council members through the key points of the report during the presentation on Monday.
The Executive Council will study the report and in the coming days, make their input and suggestions before informing stakeholders for further deliberations.
The Ghana Premier League is currently organized and managed by the GFA.
The 18-club competition is managed by the Premier League Committee chaired by Lepowura Alhaji M.N.D Jawula with day-to-day administrative support from the Competitions Department of the GFA.
Karela United leads the Ghana Premier League table with 11 points from 5 matches.