Sunday, October 29, 2017

Club Owners boss congratulates Fresh on CAF reappointment, awards nomination

Chairman of Club Owners Association, Barrister Isaac Danladi has congratulated Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) Executive Member, Ahmed Yusuf Fresh after the Niger State FA chairman was reappointed into Confederation of Africa Football (CAF) Standing Committee.

The vice-chairman of the NFF Technical and Development Committee has been appointed into CAF Technical and Development Committee for duration of two years.

Fresh was reappointed into CAF Standing Committee for the third term consecutively. The cycle of the Committee would run from 2017 to 2019.

"I want to congratulate my friend and hardworking football administrator, Alhaji Ahmed Yusuf Fresh for his reappointment into CAF Standing Committee. I join all stakeholders to appreciate the good work Fresh has been doing which got him recognition on the Africa continent," said the Nasarawa United chairman.

"For CAF Executives to considered him for the third term to serve Africa confirmed the administrative quality of Fresh. I am delighted a Nigerian can be consistent with hard work which CAF have recognized. I am wishing him the best on the job," Dalandi said.

Fresh has also been nominated in the inaugural Football Africa Awards for the categories of African Football Executive of the Year and African Football Newsmaker of the Year Awards respectively. The Awards, which is part of the first edition of the Football Africa Forum, will be held in South Africa next month.

"Hard work pays and Mr Fresh is gaining the positives recognition for his investment into football development in Nigeria and Africa. I am wishing him success at the awards night, Fresh deserves to be celebrated.

"I will be in South Africa next month to support my friend and brother in the awards night. Fresh has contributed massively to football with several grassroots tournaments in the North Central, the process to nurture talents from this region has been all hard work put in place by Fresh," Dalandi concluded.

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