GFF to tackle Improvement of the coaching and refereeing skills to lift standards of the game – 29th Apr 2013
The improvement of the coaching and refereeing skills available to the Guyana Football Federation is one of the areas the federation will be tackling in the short term in order to lift the standards of the game. This is according to President of the Guyana Football Federation, Christopher Mathias.
Mathias and Vice President Ivan Persaud travelled to Panama just over a week ago for the CONCACAF congress, where they met with the Regional top brass of Football as well as the World Governing body FIFA. Mathias said there is a huge effort underway to clean up the image of the sport and make it more attractive after several bribery scandals which left the organisation shaken to its core.
Another priority for the GFF was the full disclosure on issues surrounding the GOAL project and the Mexico-Guyana game that was moved to the US. Vice President Rawlston Adams said these disclosures are important.
The federation will be disclosing shortly the upcoming engagements for the National squad.