The Premier League Board (PLB) would meet representatives of the sixteen premiership sides, Thursday afternoon.
According to a PLB statement, the meeting which starts at 2:00 PM local time would discuss some recommendations made by Congress late last month for the premier league.
Congress after its first ordinary session demanded that all premiership clubs should have functional offices in place and this would be on the agenda for the meeting to be held at the FA’s headquarters in Accra.
The meeting would also talk about match venues after the Premier League Board completed its inspection of all centres for the 2008/09 premiership campaign.
Congress demanded that all match fields to be used for football must be protected with an inner-perimeter.