Johnson Ansah has been elected as the new Vice-Chairman of the Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA).
He polled 66 votes to hold off competition from the incumbent Alex Ackumey, who got 47 votes in the elections which was held in Accra on Thursday.
The Ebusua Dwarfs scribe won the top seat after spending eight solid years as a Premier League representative at the GHALCA council.
Johnson will assist Kudjoe Fianoo who got re-elected GHALCA Chairman after he defeated Isaac Koomson by 71 votes to 41.
The Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA) is the welfare body of football clubs in the country.