The Cayman Islands Football Association in three months’ time will have a new President.
Acting CIFA boss Bruce Blake says he will not run for the role of President during an election held at an Extraordinary Congress 28 May, which was announced today (29 February).
Association members at that meeting will vote for a new President and new General Deputy Secretary.
The election fills the voids left after former President Jeff Webb was banned after he pleaded guilty in the US to several counts of fraud. Paul Macey, the former General Deputy Secretary, stepped down from the post in 2015.
CIFA’s finances are also expected to be discussed at the meeting, including the state of its audit from the last fiscal year, which auditors flagged due to what they said were suspicious financial transactions.
CIFA’s Executive has come under fire recently after two members — Webb and former Treasurer Canover Watson — were found guilty of fraud charges. Other members have been linked in one way or another to the financial dealings of CIFA while those men were serving on CIFA’s Executive.