The man charged with making sure national football associations in the region hold fair elections says the latest held in Cayman was on the up-and-up.
CONCACAF Director of Legal Affairs Marco Leal says the elections for President and Deputy General Secretary at Saturday’s (28 May) Cayman Islands Football Association Extraordinary Congress were fair and without issue.
“Overall it was good,” said Leal, who attends and overseas all elections among CONCACAF member countries. “As you know, it’s to complete a mandate of the former President. So it’s a one-year (term). The President is gonna have a challenge in front of him but I think it’s a good start to start with a fresh wind. I think the clubs placed their trust on the new President and he will receive, of course, our full support from CONCACAF.”
At the congress, former National team standout Lee Ramoon was voted President while Wendy Fisher was voted Deputy General Secretary.