Lee Ramoon has been voted as the new Cayman Islands Football Association President, according to sources within CIFA.
Ramoon was voted in during Saturday’s (28 May) CIFA Extraordinary Congress. CIFA members voted for the posts of President and Deputy General Secretary. No other details on the elections are available as yet.
Ramoon is a former Cayman Islands National team player and is widely considered one of the best footballers Cayman has ever produced.
He becomes the first permanent president for CIFA since Jeffrey Webb was removed from the post last year following his arrest and guilty plea to several counts of fraud as part of a US-led probe into football corruption. CIFA First Vice-President Bruce Blake served as Acting President in the interim.
The post of Deputy General Secretary opened last year after Paul Macey stepped down.