CONCACAF is in need of ‘new blood’ says Mark Rodrigues, who has declared his candidacy for the confederation’s Presidency.
Rodrigues, a Guyanese national, is the only person to declare his candidacy so far for the Confederation’s top spot.
He says for too long CONCACAF has been run by the same group of people, leading to the past three CONCACAF Presidents being indicted as part of the global football corruption scandal.
“There are too many people still left and who are still involved in the game itself that were part of this entire process from way back in Jack Warner’s time to now,” Rodrigues told Cayman 27. “A lot of those people are still operating freely.”