The late Ghana FA vice-president is being named after the annual four-team competition as part of moves to immortalise his name due to his immense contribution to the game
According to the chairman of GHALCA, Alhaji Raji, the body’s aim is to immortalise the name of the former GFA deputy boss due to his contribution to Ghana football.
“This is in line to appreciate and immortalise the achievements of the late Jordan Anagblah as far as GHALCA is concerned,” Raji told Accra-based 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 immortalise his name.”
The Top 4 tournament is between Ghana Premier League champions Asante Kotoko, Ashanti Gold, Hearts of Oak and Medeama SC.
They will compete in honour of the former executive committee member of GHALCA, who died at age 55 after a short illness and buried last Saturday.