Jordan Anagblah died on June 14 and was buried last Saturday
The Ghana League Clubs Association has decided to name this year?s pre-season Top 4 after the late FA vice president Jordan Anagblah.
The year?s competition promises to competitive with giants Asante Kotoko, Hearts of Oak, Medeama SC and AshantiGold. GHALCA officials say they want to immortalize the works of the renowned football administrator. ?This is in line to appreciate and immortalize the achievements of the late Jordan Anagblah as far as GHALCA is concerned,? GHALCA chairman Alhaji Aliu Raji told Joy FM. ?When he became the vice president of the GFA his role as a member of GHALCA never diminished. We will always remember him and try to immortalize his name.? Anagblah, who was Chief Executive of Mighty Jets Football Club, was a stalwart for the club?s umbrella body. He died on June 14 at age 55 and was buried last Saturday at the Osu Cemetery in Accra.