[www.inewsguyana.com] – Several no confidence votes are expected against the current administration of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) when their congress is held on Saturday, April 26.
A source inside the Federation has confirmed that the Christopher Matthias led administration will see several no confidence motions passed on the account of improper management of the sport.
While it is unclear which associations plan to voice their concerns over the alleged non performance of the sports management body, at least two associations have already singled their intentions, the source adumbrated.
In an earlier interview, President of the Guyana Football Referees Council Alfred King lashed out at the current administration, stating that football is in a worse state now than any other time in the country’s history.
He also chastised the ‘day to day’ managers of the sport, adding that the structure needs to develop properly before the sport can be on the road to development.
Also, the federation’s financial records will be scrutinized with another topical issue – the goal project – is expected to garner some attraction. The Congress is scheduled to take place at the Tower Hotel.