Armstrong and Gooding-Edghill appointed to BFA board
Former national goalkeeper Mark Armstrong and marketing executive Clifford Gooding-Edghill have been appointed to the board of the Barbados Football Association (BFA).
This was confirmed early on Monday by BFA president Randy Harris, who sent an email to local clubs informing them of the decision.
“The two persons selected for the two posts available until the next general election are Mr Mark Armstrong and Mr Clifford Gooding-Edghill,” Harris said in the statement.
“I am confident that together as a board we can conduct the business and make decisions on behalf of the BFA as set out within the guidelines of our statutes, FIFA, Concacaf and the CFU.”
This new development comes a few weeks after the BFA received resignation letters from five members.
The five vacating positions on the board on September 15 were junior vice-president Omari Eastmond, junior assistant secretary Simeon Alsopp, treasurer Christian Renwick, and executive members O’Brien Smith and Carlos Jackman.