THE SMALL MAN is kicking big again with a new mandate to complete his football goals.
Diminutive Randy Harris reached new heights yesterday when he was re-elected as president of the Barbados Football Association (BFA) for a second four-year term.
Harris, a 57-year-old sales manager, defeated his lone challenger, Fabian “Lil Fabian” Wharton, a former national senior team manager, 87 votes to 46 when the BFA held its annual general meeting at Solidarity House, Harmony Hall, St Michael.
And just hours before leaving for Zurich last night to attend a meeting of FIFA’s beach football committee, Harris told NATIONSPORT that his major objective was to see the completion of the Wildey Goal Project with the construction of a grand stand, bleachers and the installation of floodlights.
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