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Tamale Metro Football Association was Inaugurated on Saturday, 21st November, 2020 at Aliu Mahama Stadium.

A lot of dignitaries were present to grace the occasion including the Chairman of Northern Regional Football Association, Alhaj Abu Hassan Mahamadu Rhyzos who was a special guest for the inaugural ceremony. His outfit, Northern Regional Football Association (NRFA) donated Ghc 400.00 to Tamale Metro Football Association for the inauguration.

The Chairman for the occasion was Mr Abubakari Abdul-Ganiu, former player, captain and secretary of Eagles Fc in Tamale. He is also the CEO of Tamale Super Ladies Fc and a Tutor at Vitting Senior High School in Tamale.

Ten Executive Council Members (ExCo) were sworn into office by Alhaj Abu Hassan Rhyzos, the Chairman of Northern Regional Football Association.

Below is the list of the Ex-Co members that were sworn in:

Salman Faris

– Mumuni Abdul-Mumin

– Abdulai Shaibu

– Mohammed Bashiru Joba

– Issah Alhassan

– Abdul-Rahaman Anas

– Abdulai Faruk

– Hudu Hamida

– Abubakari Sualisu

– Mohammed Mutaka

The Chairman of Tamale Metro Football Association, Mr Abdul-Aziz Ramzy in his address thanked everyone for being part of the inaugural ceremony especially the RFA Chairman, Alhaj Abu Hassan Rhyzo, Former Vice Chairman of Northern Regional Football Association, Mr Ahamed Bako Alhassan (Dr. Summer), former Chairman of Sagnarigu Municipal Football Association, Mr Alhassan Issahaku Dagbamba – Naa, the legendary and young coaches in Tamale Metro Football Association and many more who came to witness the inauguration. The Chairman also called on all stakeholders of the game of football in Tamale Metro to work in a team in other to develop football in the Metropolis.

The special guest for the inaugural ceremony, Alhaj Abu Hassan Rhyzo, the Chairman of Northern Regional Football Association also called on the ExCo members to always show commitment in their line of duties and also be ready to sacrifice their time and resources to help grow the game of football in Tamale Metro and in Northern Region at large. He also encouraged everyone in the football family to take the ‘Catch Them Young Refereeing Policy’ serious by advocating for its success. According to the management of the Ghana U-20 national team, the Black Satellites, the ‘Catch Them Young Refereeing Policy ‘ would help us get more Referees for our Juvenile Football competitions.

By: MUMUNI ABDUL-MUMIN, sportsmrnews.com/Radio Tamale.

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