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Thursday, February 14, 2019
BFA President & General Secretary Attend FIFA Summit

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Bermuda Football Association President Mark Wade and General Secretary David Sabir have been invited to the Third Edition of the FIFA Executive Football summit set for Istanbul, Turkey.

The pair will have the opportunity to exchange notes with fellow dignitaries on strategic topics expected to shape football across the world.

The 2018/19 edition of the FIFA Executive Football Summits, which comprises a total of nine gatherings, began in Doha (Dec. 11th-13th), continued in Marrakech (Jan. 15th-17th), will be held in Istanbul and conclude in Rome (Feb. 24th-28th).

Following the meetings, FIFA President Gianni Infantino will hold a news conference on February 15th.

Infantino is set to serve a second term after being the only standing candidate in the election in June this year.
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
St. David's - WE WILL NOT SHOW UP TONIGHT

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St. David’s have informed the Bermuda Football Association that they will NOT be showing up for the FA Challenge Cup match against the Southampton Rangers that was rescheduled for tonight at the National Sports Center.

St. David’s have made a formal complaint against the decision made by the Appeals Committee.

www.islandstats.com spoke with former club President Otis Minors who confirmed that St. David’s will not be showing.

Minors said, “We the club made the decision, because we felt it was not right and with the fact that we don’t have enough time before the match to appeal we have decided not to show up for the match at the National Sports Center tonight for the match.”

The Bermuda Football Association advises that further to the Appeal Committee decision regarding the appeal submitted by the Southampton Rangers against the decision of the BFA’s Competitions Committee reference their FA Cup match versus St. David’s on January 19th whereby the Appeal Committee ruled that:

• The fine of $150.00 imposed on Southampton Rangers shall remain;
• Southampton Rangers Coach and offending player must serve the one match suspension;
• The decision that Southampton Rangers must forfeit the match is overturned and that the match must be replayed.

As a result of the Appeal Committee decision, the Competitions Committee reschedule the match replay to take place on Wednesday, February 13th to ensure the outcome is determined prior to the next round of the FA Cup which is scheduled for this upcoming weekend. However, the Association wishes to advise that the decision by the Appeal Committee causes concern and therefore is exploring options to address this concern.

Additionally, St. David’s Cricket Club has informed the Association that they will not participate in any rescheduling of the match and are exploring options to address the Committee’s ruling.

As a result, the BFA’s Competitions Committee has postponed this match until further notice. In order not to jeopardize the FA Cup Competitions all remaining matches will proceed as schedule.

There will be no further comments on this matter at this time.

 
 
Tuesday, February 12, 2019
Wells & QPR Fall To Injury Time Penalty

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Nahki Wells and his Queens Park Rangers teammates suffered an agonizing 2-1 defeat at Bristol City, with Matt Smith’s first-half opener for the visitors cancelled out by Niclas Eliasson’s effort after the break and a cruel injury-time penalty which was successfully converted by Famara Diedhiou.

It was the ultimate game of two halves, as Queens Park Rangers created the better of the chances before the interval, but the hosts were in the ascendancy in the second period.

It was so harsh on the R’s but they will now look to pick themselves up with a fifth-round cup tie against Watford at Loftus Road on Friday night.

 
 
Monday, February 11, 2019
New Executives Voted In During BFCA AGM Elections

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The Bermuda Football Coaches Association held its Annual General Meeting at the National Sports Center Pavilion.

During the meeting the election of officers for the 2019-2020 year was held, with the incumbents standing for re-election returned to office. Three new members were elected by the membership to the executive committee.

Richard Todd was returned unopposed as President for another term to lead the association. Additionally Maceo Dill (Vice President) and Khomeini Talbot (Secretary) also returned in their roles as Executive Officers unopposed.

After six years serving as treasurer for the BFCA, Darran Reitze opted to not seek re-election for another term. He was thanked for his years of service and contributions by the membership.

Omar Shakir, from Pembroke Hamilton Club, was the sole nomination received to fill the role of treasurer and was unanimously voted in by the membership.

Dennis Brown, Larry Smith and Derek Stapley were returned as executive members for another term.

Joining the executive committee for the first time were Danvers Seymour and Tracee Seymour from Somerset Cricket Club.

The complete list of executive officers and committee members for 2019/2020 is as follows:

President: Richard Todd
Vice President: Maceo Dill
Secretary: Khomeini Talbot
Treasurer: Omar Shakir

Executive Members: Dennis Brown, Larry Smith, Derek Stapley, Danvers Seymour, Tracee Seymour
Monday, February 11, 2019
FA Challenge Cup Quarter-Final Draw

Shannon Burgess
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The Bermuda Football Association hosted the FA Challenge Cup Quarter-Final draw at the Clyde Best Center of Excellence.

Prior to the draw BFA Chairman of League and Competitions Shannon Burgess stated, the match between St. David’s and the Southampton Rangers which they ruled as a forfeit against the Southampton Rangers was appealed and the Appeals Committee ruled that the teams should replay the match.

The draw was made with a mouthwatering match featuring Premier Division League Leaders PHC Zebras traveling to the BAA Field to face second place and the Defending Champions Robin Hood.

The Somerset Trojans will face a stern test at home the same venue they was able to pick up their first League win of the season when the Dandy Town Hornets come a calling.

BAA will take on the winners of the replayed match between St. David’s and the Southampton Rangers.

The final Quarter-Final match will take place at the Garrison Field as X-Road’s will entertain the St. George’s Colts, both teams come into the match looking for a better result than the one they had over the weekend.

FA Challenge Cup Quarter-Final Draw

Robin Hood vs. PHC Zebras
BAA vs. Winner of St. David's/Southampton Rangers
Somerset Trojans vs. Dandy Town Hornets
X-Road's vs. St. George's Colts

 
 
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