Abrahams on CONCACAF executive

Date Published: 
1968-10-17
Source: 
Jamaica Gleaner
Page: 
22

Caribbean countries are well represented in the administration of the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Football Federations with the election of three of their members to the CONCACAF executive.

At its meeting in Mexico City last week Jamaica Football Federation president, George Abrahams, was elected to the managing committee of the confederation. Trinidad's Eric James, who was formerly a member of the managing committee, is now third vice-president
of the body and Haiti's Gerard Rouzier has moved up from second vice-president to first vice-president.

Last week's meeting was attended by delegates from over 80 countries and Jamaica was represented by Mr. Abrahams and Tino Barovier, first vice-president of the JFF and president of the Kingston and St. Andrew Football Association.

It was also decided at the meeting that Cuba would be the site for next year's CONCACAF Juvenile Championships.