Solomon vows to continue work of Upper Demerara Football Association


[]The Upper Demerara Football association will not resign itself from the development works of the sport in the area.

According to its President Sharma Solomon, he will continue running the association along its development path for 2014, in spite of the ban handed down by the Guyana Football Federation (GFF).

He told a press conference yesterday at Critchlow Labor College that the federation does not understand how the banning will affect the sport in the mining town.

None the less, the football federation is moving a pace with what it has to do with an interim management committee expected to be functioning by Tuesday of next week.

Meanwhile at yesterday’s press conference, the legitimacy of the emergency congress hosted Friday last by the governing body was also the point of questions raised by the Linden based Solomon.

However, a review of the Federation’s constitution revealed that the body was within its rights to call the extraordinary meeting and as such it was legitimate.

Meanwhile, clubs in the mining town are set to meet with the GFF sometime tomorrow, iNews understands. However, the time and venue for the meeting is still unknown

The UDFA’s executive committee was banned following an extraordinary congress Friday last following their defiance of the GFF’s ruling that no other tournament was to be held on New Year ’s Day

The UDFA’s executive committee hosted their GT beer K.O tournament on New Year’s Day, simultaneously with the Banks DIH K.O Tournament.





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