National Youth Football Association (NYFA) has announced that it will hold an Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 16 August with an aim of addressing a number of issues that can help the association.
According to NYFA chairman Osward Lungu, the association will discuss the impact of not playing the First Capital Bank (FCB) under 17 and under 20 league due to the coronavirus pandemic which helps to produce players for the junior national football teams.
“We are planning to have an AGM on 16 August and this is very important to our association as for the past two years we have not been able to hold an AGM.
“The issue to do with different positions at our association is all sorted now as our former general secretary Thokozani Chimbali resigned having secured a job at Silver Strikers football club as a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and he stepped down to avoid conflict of interest as Silver Strikers football club reserve side also takes part in our youth competitions. We now have a full house now which is working on developing youth football,” said Lungu.
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