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The American Samoa Football Association `Normalisation Committee’ is very pleased to announce the appointment of Pou Supapo as the new chairperson of the committee.

She was appointed as the new chairperson by the ASFA Normalisation Committee after previous consultations with OFC and FIFA offcials.

This internal change within the `Normalisation Committee’ received full support from OFC and FIFA and is seen as another positive step of the `Roadmap Activities’ in the process of restituting football ownership to the AS football community. This process will culminate in a plan to establish elections for the administration of football in American Samoa.

David Brand will remain as a committee member and Football Coordinator.

“I am very happy to be appointed as the new chairperson of Normalisation Committee and looking forward to working with all clubs and members over the coming months. The Normalisation Committee has progressed well over the past year and I would like to personally thank all the football family for their support in the past, present and the future,” said Pou Supapo.

“With football activities and courses planned for coaches, referees and administrators over the coming months, the “roadmap” for the normalization in ASFA and the development of football in American Samoa is progressing well,” she added.

The `Normalisation Committee’ would like to acknowledge the support and continued assistance of the Governor’s Office, ASG Agencies plus all the various stakeholders of the football family during the past twelve months.

The committee is committed to ensure that the future of football in American Samoa will flourish and provide bright opportunities for all, particularly for the youth, objectives that will certainly be enhanced following the completion of the National Headquarters, technical centre and playing fields currently under construction at Pago Park with the assistance of the FIFA Goal and OFC Infrastructure grants programmes.

Story courtesy of the ASFA

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