BFA and new CFU President Randy Harris presided over his first CFU Congress on Wednesday last at the historic Biltmore Hotel in Miami Florida. The 31-member body held an extra-ordinary congress as a follow up to this year’s ordinary congress, for the ratification of its audited financial statements and 2018 Budget.
During the meeting Harris and his executive presented a new strategic plan for the organization for the period 2018 to 2020. The new plan seeks to uplift the image of the CFU through five strategic areas. These include governance and administration, Football Development, Marketing, Communication and Technological Advancement.
The Chairman also informed the meeting that the Executive had made some other key decisions, one of which is to conduct a forensic audit of the union. Harris indicated that this was to show the world that the CFU was keen on operating on a clean slate and with transparency.
The new President also highlighted new initiatives for women and youth football competitions in the CFU which was put forward to CONCACAF and FIFA for support.
The meeting was also attended by Veron Monsengo-Omba, FIFA Director for Development for Africa and the Caribbean, Matthias Grafstrom of the FIFA President's Office and CONCACAF President Victor Montagliani who both gave brief remarks along with CONCACAF General Secretary Philippe Moggio.