Mar 29, 2013 Sports
As preparations for the elections of office bearers of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF), scheduled for April 12, gathers momentum, the Electoral Committee comprising of Attorneys-at law, Emily Dodson (Chairperson), Mark Waldron (Vice-Chair) and Stephen Lewis yesterday afternoon confirmed the list of candidates that will be contesting for the various positions.
The revelation came minutes after an in house meeting with those candidates, the Electoral Committee and General Secretary of the GFF, Noel Adonis, at the Dadanawa Street, Section K Campbellville office of the ruling football body.
Some of the positions are for two year terms while others would be for four years. The Presidential aspirants are Aubrey Major, Christopher Matthias, Ivan Persaud and Alfred King while those seeking Vice President posts (2 year term) are Jermaine Figueria, Arron Fraser, Charles Greaves, Keith O’Jeer and Ivan Persaud.
Five persons are contesting the post for Executive Committee membership for a two year term including Vanessa Dickenson, Jermaine Figueria, Eton Moses, Keith O’Jeer and Mark Phillips while eight are contesting the position of Vice President for 4 years terms including Rawle Adams, Jermaine Figueria, Collie Hercules Raulston Adams, Dwayne Lovell, Keith O’Jeer, Akram Sabree and Jevon Rodrigues.
Aspirants for the position of Executive Committee members for a 4 years term are Troy Cadogan, Jermaine Figueria, Eton Moses and Keith O’Jeer.
Meanwhile, Ms. Dodson revealed that eligibility issues between the Berbice Football Association and the Women’s Football Association (WFA) has been resolved. She said that both bodies have until the day prior to the Congress to meet the stipulations. Once they satisfy the outlined prerequisites they will be eligible to cast their votes. Otherwise they may only be permitted to attend the congress but would be debarred from voting.
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