Posted on March 13, 2012
The Caribbean Football Union adopted new statutes at a three-day extraordinary congress that will enable the 30-member organization to move forward, including the election of new officers.
In a release dated March 8, the CFU said the keynote address by Cayman Islands federation president and CFU normalization committee Chairman Jeffrey Webb was “received with energetic applause demonstrating early the solidarity of the CFU.”
The program included development session with each member by a FIFA delegation and meetings of the The CFU has been without a president since June.
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