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Abbey, Anim and Mark Addo elected onto GFA Executive Council

By Vincent Ashitey

48 Delegates of Division One League clubs have elected three personalities to represent them on the Ghana Football Association Executive Council for the next four years.

Heart of Lions bankroller, Randy Abbey won one of the two slots available to the Division One League clubs on the Ghana FA Executive Council.

The former GFA spokesperson pulled 26 votes to secure his position for the next four years.

Meanwhile, Mark Addo and Samuel Anim picked the two remaining slots with 25 and 19 votes respectively to join Randy in representing Division One Clubs on the governing council of the FA.

9 football administrators contested for the 3 available slots (Alhaji Karimu Ahmed Grusah, Otuo Acheampong Barima Boadu, Kweku Abaka Eyiah, Eric Oppong Yeboah, Ransford Abbey, Justice Boison, Samuel Anim Addo, Gideon Fosu, Mark Addo)

The newly elected members will be sworn in later today at the GFA secretariat.

The elections for the Premier League representative will be held at 2:00 pm.