Figueira upset with state of football in UDFA

Jermaine Figueira, a former executive of the Upper Demerara Football Association (UDFA) and current APNU/AFC Parliamentarian is upset at the state of football in Upper Demerara.

“Football in the Upper Demerara association is at a dismal low. Players are losing interest in the game and nothing of value is being done to ignite or spark the interest and love of the game the players once had.”

Figueira laid the blame squarely at the feet of the UDFA.

“The association has not done anything of significance to aid in the promotion of the sport in a substantial way. What in the UDFA is being done to nurture the next generation of players who want to play football?

“Why hasn’t there been a properly structured youth league or several levels of knockout tournaments?”

According to Figueira the UDFA only ….

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