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Cook Islands football family set long-term goals

FIFA Development Officer for Oceania Glenn Turner, OFC Deputy General Secretary Greg Larsen and Win in Oceania Senior Project Manager Vairani Davio worked closely with CIFA Executive Members, staff and local clubs to finalise a ‘master plan’ for the organisation for the next three years.
Newly re-elected CIFA President Lee Harmon said that all stakeholders were pleased with the outcomes.
“This workshop will point CIFA in the right direction and sustain football development while improving the different areas of the game throughout the Cook Islands,” said President Harmon.
The three-day workshop covered a series of topics such as future development programmes and a review of CIFA’s functional needs.
OFC gave further details about the Win in Oceania programme which aims to build capacity in several key areas including national competitions, media operations, management, administration and IT, futsal, medical and social development initiatives.
A signing ceremony also took place between FIFA, CIFA and local suppliers for stage four of the FIFA Goal Project which will see an extension to the association’s office space and academy in Matavera. The project is expected to be completed by the end of the year.
Story courtesy CIFA Media.
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