Clubs ask officers to stay in office for another term
Cape Coast Sept.17, GNA - The Central Regional Division Two clubs have given the executive body of the Central Regional Football Association (CRFA) a further three-year term mandate to stay in office. The decision by the clubs was taken at a consultative meeting attended by Chairmen and representatives of the 28 clubs at Cape Coast on Thursday.
The clubs said the present executive body headed by Mr Mathew Doe have performed creditably and expressed their gratitude to them for their dedication to the duty.
The executive body has been in office for the past 15 years and this has sparked off criticism by some of the clubs.
It would be recalled that Mr Manase Asare, Chief Executive of Cape Coast Bless F/C criticised the long stay in office of the executives on the grounds that their long stay would make them compromise on issues.
Mr Doe thanked the clubs for the honour done them and reiterated his appeal to club officials to desist from influencing referees with money so that the Region would produce a true club champion.
Mrs Judith Asare, Chairperson of Bless FC appealed to club chairmen to educate their supporters to comport themselves during league matches to ensure incident free games.