GFA looking to roll out seven tournaments this year

—looking at possibility of artificial turf, female football, clinics for Pee Wee footballers also planned

The development of female football, clinics for under 11 and under 13 players and other developmental programmes are on the cards of the just elected executive of the Georgetown Football Association (GFA).

Rawle Adams, GFA’s Vice President with responsibility for Technical and Tactical Development in an interview with Stabroek Sport said those were just some of the decisions arrived at after the executive held its first executive meeting a few days ago.

Those plans he however said will have be presented to the General Council  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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