Normalization Committee set to meet Club reps - Dan Kwaku Yeboah Featured
08 Jan

Normalization Committee set to meet Club reps - Dan Kwaku Yeboah

The Public Relation Officer (PRO) for FIFA's Normalization Committee Dan K. Yeboah has disclosed that the committee will meet two representatives each of Premier League clubs to discuss modalities of the committee's special competition.

According to information available to Kickgh.com, the Normalization Committee has proposed a Special Competition for the Premier League clubs in the Month of January to bring football back on temporal basis before they are done with the work FIFA entrusted them.

The very foundation of football collapsed after the airing of investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas and his Tiger eye PI work on corruption in football in Ghana last year June.

The world football governing body FIFA formed the committee to steer the affairs of football to bring back football to normalcy.

In an interview with Accra based Asempa FM, the Spokesman for the Normalization Committee said " The Normalization Committee will meet two reps from each club today at 10:00 AM regarding the special competition."

"The modalities for the Normalization Committee's special competition will be discussed at the meeting today."

By : Sasu Danquah High Priest

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