Former Ghana Football Association boss, Lepowura Alhaji M.N.D Jawula has been named as the chairman of the newly constituted Premier League Management Committee.
The Premier League Management Committee replaces the Premier League Board, a body largely constituted by representatives of all clubs participating in the Ghana Premier League. It will now be replaced by a seven-member League Management Committee, made up of two members appointed by the Executive Council and the remaining five members selected by the Premier League Clubs.
Alhaji M.N.D Jawula and Jesse Agyapong; a marketing consultant, have therefore been selected as chairman and vice chair of the committee respectively.
The eighteen Premier League Clubs meanwhile Delali Eric Senaye of Inter Allies, Francis Adjei Yeboah of Berekum Chelsea, Hearts of Oak’s Alhaji Akanbi, Linda Ashong of Liberty Professionals and Ebusua Dwarfs’ John Ansah.
After commissioning, the League Management Committee will serve an initial one-year term, subsequent to which the GFA will work with Premier League Clubs towards the constitution and running of an autonomous league.