The Normalisation Committee yesterday met the Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA) at the Citizen House, Labone in Accra, to discuss issues relating to Ghana football.
The committee for the first time met the association to deliberate the way forward for the Premier League since its constitution a fortnight ago.
The committee led by Dr Kofi Amoah formally introduced themselves to the leadership of GHALCA and then talked about other matter.
The group will run Ghana football for the next six months and will ensure a new president is elected before the end of tenure.
FIFA named the committee following the revelations of the Anas expose’ which saw former President of the Association, Kwesi Nyantakyi, resigned after he was seen taking cash gifts contrary to the codes and ethics of the world governing body.
In a statement released and signed by the deputy General Secretary of the GFA Alex Asante, the committee invited the leadership of Ghana League Clubs Association to a meeting yesterday.