Former GFA spokesperson Randy Abbey has been elected onto the Ghana Football Association Executive Council for the next four years.
Randy who is the owner of Division One side Heart of Lions pulled 26 of the 48 votes to become one of the three persons who will serve the interest of Division One of the GFA Council.
Also elected on the Division One ticket was the owner of Nzema Kotoko Mark Addo who got 25 votes.
Anim Addo, the long-time manager of Ghana striker Asamoah Gyan was the final of the trio elected on the ticket of Division One. He got 19 votes to make onto the new council.
The GFA Executive Council Election is a precursor to the Presidential elections which comes off tomorrow in Accra.