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FIFA delegation complete BFA appraisal

A delegation from FIFA have spent the last week on the Island as part of an appraisal of the Bermuda Football Association.

Last Thursday the delegation paid a courtesy call on Cabinet Office when they met the Acting Premier Michael Dunkley, Sports Minister Wayne Scott and Minister of Works and Engineering Trevor Moniz.

FIFA have recently committed $1.3 million to develop the soon-to-be constructed Clyde Best Centre of Excellence at Gym Field as part of their FIFA Goal project.

The delegation met with numerous stakeholders and the BFA executive as part of their appraisal which will form the basis of a detailed working partnership between the BFA and FIFA for the next few years.

They also visited Police Headquarters, several clubs grounds and held a meeting with local football clubs at Devonshire Recreation Club.

Additionally they visited Curving Avenue and St Monica’s Road in order to ascertain of how FIFA and other agencies could help to play a part in helping local communities.

A delegation from FIFA visited Cabinet Offices last Thursday. From left to right is Claude Hollenstein (FIFA strategic projects manager marketing and communications ), Minister Trevor Moniz, Flavia Lopes Sant Anna (FIFA performance manager), MinisterWayne Scott, Acting Premier Dunkley, Angenie Kanhai (FIFA development officer, Northwest Caribbean), Anton Corneal (FIFA technical instructor) and Larry Mussenden, president of the BFA.

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Published May 06, 2013 at 4:55 pm (Updated May 06, 2013 at 4:54 pm)

FIFA delegation complete BFA appraisal

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