Jul 28, 2018 Sports
Member clubs of the Georgetown Football Association (GFA) expressed readiness to support the work of the recently installed GFA-Interim Management Committee (IMC).
This commitment was made during a successful meeting with President Wayne Forde on
Wednesday last at the SleepInn International Hotel where the members were formally introduced to the IMC Members.
In his introductory remarks, IMC Chairman, Trevor Williams, expressed willingness to serve in his capacity and advocated an open engagement approach to enable a mutually beneficial relationship.
President Forde, during his presentation, assured the members that the appointment of the IMC was in complete alignment with the GFF’s statutes. Additionally, he informed the members that the GFF Executive Committee, CONCACAF and FIFA are aware of the efforts by some to destabilize football in Guyana and, as such, the international football governing bodies are consulted on all important constitutionally sensitive decisions of the GFF.
President Forde outlined the level of support the members will be given in the coming months that will allow them to organize the critical developmental competitions and improve the administration of the sport.
A GFA Competitions Committee was appointed by the members that will commence the organisation of competitions immediately. More details will be released in the coming weeks.
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