Harris appointed VP Concacaf, president CFU
Randy Harris has been appointed vice president (Caribbean) of Concacaf.
Harris, who also serves as president of the Barbados Football Association, was the lone nominee, and was moments ago installed during the 33rd Concacaf Ordinary Congress, which is currently underway in Moscow, Russia.
Additionally, Harris, who defeated USVI Soccer Federation’s Hillaren Fredrick, won the CFU presidency by a landslide 27-3 and will now serve for the next four years, following FIFA’S ban of former president Gordan Derrick. (RA)