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PRESIDENT of FIFA, Gianni Infantino, yesterday dispatched a letter to the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) congratulating their re-elected president, Wayne Forde and his executive following the GFF’s Extraordinary Congress which took place at the Pegasus Hotel on Saturday last.“I would like to extend to you my sincere congratulations and best wishes on the occasion of your recent re-election as President of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) for the 2019-23 period at the GFF’s extraordinary congress on Saturday, 9 November,” Infantino said.The FIFA boss also noted, “I would be grateful if you could also convey my congratulations to the vice presidents and all Executive Committee members elected and re-elected with you. I also seize the opportunity to thank you for all your efforts and for your contribution to the development of our sport and the promotion of its values in your country.”“The best of luck for this second mandate and every success for all the challenges that lie ahead. I look forward to continuing to work with you and to witness Guyanese football’s steady growth in the years to come,” he added.Forde will have Bruce Lovell as his First Vice President, Rawlston Adams, Second Vice President and Thandi McAllister, Third Vice President.Executive Committee members returned to office are: Dion Inniss, Magzene Stewart, Rayan Farias, Carmel Williams, and newly-elected member Terrence Mitchell, who replaces Keith O’Jeer.
(BBC) – The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) said the government did not consider it wise to offer financial guarantees in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.Brazil will now support Colombia’s proposal which is up against Japan, and a joint bid from Australia and New Zealand to host the 32-team tournament.FIFA will vote to select the hosts on June 25.“Because of the fiscal and economic austerity brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, (the government) thought it would not be recommended to right now sign the guarantees asked for by FIFA,” said a CBF statement.Brazil has hosted a number of major international sporting competitions in recent years, including the men’s World Cup in 2014, the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games and the Copa America in 2019. But the CBF felt it was an outsider to host yet another big event.The country has been badly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, with more than 35 000 deaths and in excess of 640 000 confirmed infections, but the latter number is believed to be much higher because of insufficient testing.