The astute football administrator has been given a three-month mandate together with other four people to help the football association
Ghana League Clubs Association chairman Kudjo Fiaano has been named as the vice president of a five-man committee set up by Ghana FA to help provide new direction for various technical teams of the national teams.
Fianoo, who will work together with GFA vice president Mark Addo and others, have been handed a three-month mandate to wrap up their assignments.
“The Ghana Football Association has appointed a five-man National Team’s Review Committee chaired by vice President Mark Addo,” a statement read.
“The Committee which has been given a three-month mandate is tasked to present a paper on the structure, membership and functions of the technical teams of all national teams.
“The National Team’s review Committee will also advise the GFA on the possible emoluments and rewards for players and technical team members.”
“Aside its other functions, the Committee will also make recommendations on the payments to be made to the management committees of all national teams and prepare a Code of Conduct for players, technical teams and management committee members for all national teams.
“Kudjo Fianoo is the vice Chairman of the Committee with Habiba Atta Forson, Prof Joseph Mintah, Linford Asamoah as members.”