Edmund Ackah eyes GHALCA Executive member position
Edmund Ackah, former Management member for Asante Kotoko is eying for a position at Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA) in their upcoming elections.
The Ghana League Club Association (GHALCA) will go into the polls as the current executive members tenure of office has expired to elect competent people to steer the affairs of the Welfare body of League clubs in Ghana.
Ghana League Clubs Association with GHALCA as its acronym, hitherto called Organization of Ghana league Clubs Association, is a recognized body that seek the Welfare of League clubs in Ghana.
Experience football administrator, Edmund Ackah, whose service to Ghanaian giants Asante Kotoko has been nothing short of the best is eying for an executive member position to continue his amazing service to the umbrella body of the Ghana League Clubs.
Edmund Ackah is one of the renowned football administrators whose life has mainly been dedicated for football.
The former Management member of Medeama SC is known for his unmatched and striking knowledge about the statutes of the game and always beat his peers to it.
Ackah’s stay in football has seen him serving National teams with his unique experience. He was Black Stars B team manager when they won WAFU tournament in 2017 when the competition was host in Ghana and won Silver in 2019 in the same competition.
Edmund Ackah who is number two on the ballot paper will be competing with King Faisal Sporting Director Nana Amankwah Kwakye and West African Football Academy (WAFA) operations manager George Ofosuhene-Peprah for the two spots.
114 delegates will go into the poll to elect a chairman and Executive Council to run the affairs of GHALCA for the next four-years on January 21, 2021 in Accra.
Source: Opemsuo.com / Sasu Danquah