Ghana Football Association Executive Council aspirant, Kweku Eyiah has pledged to help stop hooliganism and vandalism in the country’s Division One League if elected into office.
The astute lawyer who was speaking in an interview with Accra based Happy FM outlined certain measures that need to be taken in order to curb the canker.
The contest for a slot on the Executive Council, hitherto the Executive Committee, will be given a stiff race following the reduction of the composition from 23 to 12 members.
The GFA Executive Council elections are set to be held on October 24.
“Hooliganism and vandalism must be curtailed at the DOL and we have to try and educate the clubs, fans on these matters”
“We must introduce laws that can help Division One League teams.“There must be laws to ensure that all the clubs will stick to the rules in the division so they don’t pull out of the league when it starts”
“Among the DOL Board, there must be a representative on the Executive Council so that the concerns and issues affecting the division can be addressed at the highest level.
We have to streamline our football with the Ghana Education Service, which will help us get the right ages of our players”