The letter to which The Standard is privy, informed all stakeholders of the AGM scheduled for July 19 as had been widely rumoured. It is the first AGM of the GFF executive who were elected on July 31 last year. The first year of the executive’s reign had been turbulent with the suspension of the country from all football by Caf for alleged age cheating which the GFF vehemently denied promising to work towards its lifting.
However after returning from a Fifa meeting in Brazil, where they were expected to discuss the suspension, the GFF top brass have so far not made public the outcome of any talks they might have had on the issue. Also Fifa had recommended that the GFF executive seek a fresh nod of confidence from the stakeholders in the wake of the football debacle. It is expected that the July 19 AGM would implement that too.]]>