The recent letter in the Guyana Chronicle news paper on the 4th August 2014 titled “UDFA suspension to be revisited” is indeed interesting.
The alleged authors “Affiliates/Associations of the GFF” have conveniently and at a rather timely juncture for football in Guyana, six days before the GFF congress, visited Linden to supposedly offer some sentiments of concern to the former executives of the UDFA and made promises. Wow! Are these people serious?
What were they doing in all the time past? Is it now this revelation to show support manifested itself in these individuals?
Mr. Editor, I am flabbergasted by these visitors who came under the guise of care and concern for the executives of their sister association; the UDFA. Their utterances that something was fundamentally wrong with the procedures employed to suspend the members of the UDFA exemplifies two faces, people who speak with a fork tongue and hypocrisy at its best. These very individuals representing the various associations and affiliations at the general council of the GFF when the vote for the executives of the UDFA to be sanction, proposed the “years” for the ban to be instituted and “all” of them except for Mr. Calender who represented East Coast Football Association at the time voted in favor of the proposed years and ban.
What is fundamentally wrong with these individuals is their inability to be frank and honest.
We Lindeners are no fools, we will not be hoodwinked and bamboozled by individuals who come with sugar coated speeches and empty promises and most importantly we will not be persuaded by characters who are economical with the truth to achieve their hidden and selfish agenda.
We have seen through your veil and spotted the wolf.
Thanks, but no thanks to your wicked, ill intended plan.
For the record, the game in the bauxite mining will be structured, it will be organized and it will bring development for all level of players.
In conclusion, on behalf of the UDFA, clubs, football patrons and all Lindeners, congratulations to Christianburg Wismar Secondary for winning the Digicel inter- school championship for the third time in succession.
This victory is testimony to the resiliency and irrepressible spirit of the football driven people in Upper Demerara. We will rise.
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