Ghana FA mourns death of vice president Anagbla
Jordan Anagbla died in Accra on Thursday morning
The tough-talking football administrator was pronounced dead at the SSNIT Hospital but the cause of his death is yet to be made public.
Anagbla complained of stomach ache early this year and his health deteriorated after the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations where he was leader of Ghana's delegation.
He was flown to South Africa for treatment but could not win the fitness battle.
Anagbla became a huge figure in Ghana football when he chaired the Under-20 team to win a historic FIFA Under-20 World Cup in Egypt in 2009.
Until his death, he was Chief Executive of demoted Ghana Premier League side Tudu Mighty Jets and Greater Accra Regional Football Association chairman.
He has helped to unearth talents including past and present Ghana players Prince Tagoe, Andre Ayew and Jordan Ayew, Isaac Vorsah, Emmanuel Osei Kuffour just to mention a few.
Anagbla's demise comes nine months after a talent spotter Alhaji Sly Tetteh collapsed and died on the pitch while playing an oldies football match.