Grenada Football Association representatives meet with Mexican Football Fédération
The trio left the island today for Mexico City and are expected to return on the weekend.
The Grenada Football Association is being represented by three persons in an official meeting between the association and the Mexican Football Fédération as part of its Memorandum of Understanding.
The delegation will engage in a number of discussions aimed at assisting the GFA with its commercial efforts at monetizing of television rights, merchandising and other revenue opportunities as well as discuss areas of cooperation for technical and administrative efforts of the association.
The trio left the island today for Mexico City and are expected to return on the weekend. Meanwhile the GFA is currently close to finalizing discussions with the Czech Republic in areas of coaching education which the association hopes to capitalize on allowing some of our local male and female coaches a chance to pursue UEFA Coaching License in Prague as well as refereeing exchange programs.
These MOU’s have been initiated by GFA President, Cheney Joseph following a series of engagements during official trip abroad on behalf of the association. Later this month the GFA is expecting to engage David Nahkid of the David Nahkid Academy (DNA) on talks to further grow the sport on the island as well as provide opportunities for local players and coaches.