After a marathon session to crown off the year, the Executive Committee of the Ghana Football Association met in Accra on Thursday to deliberate on a number of issues before ending their meeting, which was the last for almost a year in office.
Members of the Executive Committee discussed a number of issues of during the course of their first term in office and plans for the coming year.
The 22-member Executive Committee meeting was chaired by the FA President Kwesi Nyantakyi.
Among the issues discussed by the Executive Committee included the regulations of the FA, reports from all the Regional Associations, Ghana’s prize money from the World Cup, a review of the Football Association’s committees and the performance and programmes of the national teams.
Regarding the regulations of the FA, the Executive Committee endorsed a three-man working group to review the rules of the sport body.
Thursday’s meeting was the last as the 22-member governing and decision making body rounded up their meeting sessions for the year.
With the game being dogged with legal suits that has hampered the calendar, members of the Executive Committee handed the three-man working group the mandate to analyze the regulations of the Football Association and make recommendations.
The members of the committee has Fred Crentsil and Aloysius Denkabe - both members of the Executive Committee and FA general secretary, Kofi Nsiah.
The assessment of the regulations is expected to take into consideration reasons that have led to the recent spate of court actions that have derailed the football calendar.
A report would be submitted to the governing and decision making body at its first session of the coming year.