The Special Committee setup by GHALCA to propose reforms for Ghana football have completed their work.
The committee chaired by experienced administrator Jones Alhassan Abu have presented their report to a the GHALCA Executive Council for onward circulation to all remember clubs.
A General Assembly has been called next week for all clubs to make final inputs before the proposed draft is sent to the Normalisation Committee for their consideration.
The GHALCA Special Committee have been reviewing all the regulatory books of the Ghana FA including the Statutes, Disciplinary and Code of Ethics with major reforms to these regulations proposed.
The committee whose membership include George Amoako, Oloboi Commodore, Randy Abbey, Samuel Oduro Nyarko and Agbesi Dzakpasu with Ameenu Shardow serving as the secretary have been working on the reform proposals since their appointment in August.
GHALCA had through its General Assembly resolved to set up the committee to propose reforms for Ghana football to complement the efforts of the Normalisation Committee in the aftermath of the Anas expose.