There was no top ranking official of the Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA), present during a consultative forum by stakeholders of Ghana football held at the Ebenezer Church Hall in Osu.
The forum which took place on Tuesday was to review the proposed statutes of the Ghana FA Normalization Committee.
The meeting sought to address the grievances of the stakeholders and address the differences therein.
Curiously, GHALCA, the body responsible for seeking the interests of all football clubs in the country had no official representation at the gathering.
GHALCA chairman Kudjoe Fianoo and his Vice Alex Ackumey were missing in action as was administrative secretary James Kofi Gawe and George Ofosuhene, an EXCO member of the body.
FootballMadeInGhana.com understands that George Ofosuhene and Samuel Aboabiri (Kataar) are out of the country while George Amoako is busy with Asante Kotoko preparing for their CAF Champions League clash with Kano Pillars.
Kudjoe Fianoo is believed to have been unwell hence his inability to show up at the meeting that seeks to harness the interest of the clubs ahead if the Extraordinary Congress set for 5th September.
But organizers of the Congressmen Consultative Forum were not informed of the inability of the leadership of GHALCA to show up.
FootballMadeInGhana however gathers that the absence of GHALCA top officials which appears like a boycott seem deliberate as the forum appears to have gazumped GHALCA’s expected meeting scheduled for Thursday.
The dramatic political twist being exhibited by major stakeholders of Ghana football appears to posit lack of direction from GHALCA and other major decision making Bodies.