The Normalisation Committee of the Ghana Football Association has proposed a new name and logo for the association as part of their recommendations for the reformation of football in the West African country.

In a leaked document chanced on by the NC has suggested a change of name from the current Ghana football Association (GFA) to Association of Ghana Football (AGF).

There is also a new logo designed to replace the current one that is being use by the Association.

A road map which details the program for the review of the new Ghana FA statutes, election of Constituent bodies, election of a new GFA Board Chairman, playing of a special commemorative match, dubbed Normalisation Committee Super Cup, and a Presidential Cup has been announced.

The map which was drafted on May 28, has the presentation of a draft amended Statutes which was sent to FIFA on April 29.

It has July 24 as the day of the announcement of election committee, with congress scheduled for July 31.

If World governing body FIFA accepts these proposed reforms, clubs would have to vote on them at Congress to make it a working document governing the association.

Founded in 1957, the football body has simply been known as the GFA for 62 years when on international business and that is understood to have gone down well in the corridors of power at FIFA, CAF and other major international bodies.