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Regional Football Associations get ready for Congress

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All ten football administrative Regional Football Associations have been encouraged to ensure that they put themselves in full readiness for the next Ordinary Congress of the Ghana Football Association.

The ten Regional Chairmen were all present at the Executive Council meeting of the Association held on 23rd May, 2024 at its Headquarters.

Their presence at the Executive Council meeting was in furtherance of the goal of the Council to deepen its engagement with the regional Heads of football in Ghana.

As part of the engagement, the RFA Chairmen were particularly asked to present their comprehensive Activity Reports to the Secretariat so as to ensure that the hard work they put into administering the game at regional level is appropriately captured in the overall Activity Report to be presented at Congress. The practice of presenting Annual Regional Activity reports is a regular feature of the operations of the GFA.

The RFA Chairmen took turns to update the Executive Council on the progress of activities within their regions with virtually all of them indicating that they were on course to complete their various competitions within the timeframe put forward by the GFA Secretariat.

They highlighted the support received for absorption of officiating fees for clubs as well as the progress made with the "Catch Them Young" Referees Project, which has seen significant advancement in most of the regions.

All RFA Chairmen were unanimous in their praise of President Simeon-Okraku and the Executive Council for the support they have received from the Association for their operations and for the clubs under their jurisdictions.

The Executive Council commended the RFA Chairmen for their efforts in running football in their regions and expressed the hope that the administration of the game nationwide would continue to see incremental improvement in the coming years.

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