President of Division One League side Tema Youth, Wilfred Osei Kwaku Palmer has reportedly rejected nomination to serve on the five-member Division One League committee to advise the Ghana FA on a proposed 18-team second tier league.

The Ghana Football Association announced their intention of downsizing the 48-club Division One League to an 18-club league.

The football association disclosed a five-member committee comprising three nominees from the clubs and two from the association will advise the GFA on the way forward for the proposed project.

According to reports reaching our outfit, Wilfred Osei Kwaku Palmer was nominated to represent Zone Three but rejected the role however Bofoakwa Tano General Manager David Obeng Nyarko was nkminated by the clubs in Zone One whiles Jojo Duncan was chosen by clubs in Zone Two leaving Zone Three pending as at the moment.

Meanwhile, the Ghana Football Association has chosen Vice president Mark Addo and Dr Tony Aubyn onto the committee.

With Palmer’s decision to decline on the role, Zone Three will have to come out with a new candidate or try and convince the former Black Stars Management Committee Chairman to alter his decision.

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