The following Association and Affiliates of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF): (Georgetown Football Association, East Bank Football Association, East Demerara Football Association, National Association of Women’s Football, Guyana Football Referees Council and Guyana Football Coaches Association), who attended the GFF Congress of April 26, 2014 have agreed to re-convene the congress within the stipulated 45 days deadline as brokered by an agreement that included CONCACAF representatives and agreed to, by the Delegates and Executives of the GFF and the bona fide Delegation at the GFF Congress, in accordance with the understanding and decision taken at that Congress, a release from the parties informed.
The GFF President, all the members of the GFF as well as FIFA, CONCACAF and CFU have been duly notified of the date, time and venue for the congress which will be held at the Water Chris Hotel from 10:00hrs on May 31st, 2014 (today).
As guided by the CONCACAF delegation that observed the aborted Congress, that the affiliates of the GFF meet and seek to resolve outstanding issues affecting them that resulted in the aborted congress, Members met with the GFF President in the GFF Board Room on Thursday May 15, 2014 but the meeting was unfruitful in dealing with issues including the illegal voting of IMC’s.
The meeting with the GFF President came to an abrupt end due to the GFF President’s persistence in holding the view that the IMC’s were legitimate in voting; this position is contrary to the GFF Constitution, the release stated.
The GFF President held this position in order to side step the Motion of No Confidence brought against himself and Executive Committee Member, Mr. Keith O’Jeer.
Two/thirds (2/3) of the voting members of Congress have agreed on the way forward and will be proceeding with the reconvening of Congress and continue with the Agenda which includes the respective Motions to replace the existing President Mr. Christopher Matthias and Committee Member, Mr. Keith O’Jeer.
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