Assembly unanimously approves associations "Proyeco Foward"

admin May 13th, 2018

SAN CRISTOBAL.- Assembly of Associations of the Dominican Football Federation (Fedofutbol) unanimously approved the "Foward" project for the 2018 containing programming that entity.
As part of an assembly attended by delegates from the 32 FEDOFUTBOL subsidiaries associations and was headed by the Executive Committee of the FEDOFUTBOL presiding engineer Osiris Guzman, He was appointed Mr., Juan Guerra licensed the officer who will monitor the implementation of projects "Foward".
The "Foward" project contains programming for this year FEDOFUTBOL, including plans to run the hotel project (Estancia Football), Dominican international football competitions rising to nine for this 2018, and financial support for the preparation of national teams, Panamericano Stadium Lighting, maintenance of facilities Goal Project, and conducting courses and seminars for the preparation of technical and administrative personnel in different areas.
Guzman engineer said that with the approval of these projects, "Foward" Dominican football will follow a safe path to success in different areas, including Arbitration, the administrative and technical in appearance and their national teams.
During the meeting held in the halls of Center Development Project Goal of the city of San Cristobal were presented Mr. Orlando Capellino and Carlos Bucciardi, directors of national teams of older and female football hall.
The assembly of associations took the opportunity to cast a vote to reject the criticisms from coastal outside this organization have been generating in the interest of damaging plans and projects implemented in the country for the Dominican football.
The resolution will be sent to FIFA as a testimony of the monolithic support with the current directors of the Dominican football to carry out development programs that have planned.
Participants in the assembly of associations held last weekend in the halls of Center Development Goal project.

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