Matthias survives no confidence motion

– Decides to reconvene Congress in 45 days to settle differences with disgruntled associations

It was courage under fire as Guyana Football Federation (GFF) President Christopher Matthias survived a no-confidence motion during the entity’s ordinary congress yesterday at the Regency Suites Hotel, resulting in the congress being scheduled to reconvene in 45 days.

The reconvening of the congress to the later date was the result of a decision by the president to settle the differences between those disgruntled associations, following the walking out and subsequent returning of six associations during the congress.

Those associations were the Georgetown Football Association (GFA), National Women’s Football Association (NWFA),  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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