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Ex-players eye BFA posts

Anmar Goodridge-Boyce, [email protected]

Ex-players eye BFA posts

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The election date has been set and two former players are running for positions in a bid to improve the Barbados Football Association (BFA) for the next four years.

Long-standing coach of Technique girls club Adrian Mapp and former Weymouth Wales custodian Omari Eastmond will be in the election race at the BFA’s annual general meeting on March 22 at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre, Two Mile Hill, St Michael.

The pair confirmed the news to MIDWEEK SPORT in an exclusive interview, following a notice of the AGM dated February 14 and signed by BFA general secretary Edwyn Wood. 

“Initially I did not plan to run but after seeing that nobody else was running and knowing full well that something needs to be done about football in Barbados, I decided the best thing for me to do is put in the work and make sure people know,” Mapp said. (AGB)

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