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No new changes after 7th FFAS Ordinary Congress

“Last year there were differences between club leaders, members and clubs but things were smoothed out in the end,” explained FFAS President Faiivae Iuli Alex Godinet during his opening address of the 13-club delegates.
“For the first time as well we hosted an international tournament (2014 OFC Champions League Preliminary Tournament) under the FFAS umbrella and it was successfully organized.
“We continued our regular competitions and programs as well as adding new ones to our yearly calendar,” Faiivae pointed out. “Our association is healthy, continuing to move forward and will continue to grow.
“I would also like to announce to you all that the ‘Next Goal Wins’ movie about our men’s National Team will premiere in New York at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 19,” he continued. “So we’re in for some very exciting times for our association.”
The Congress sped through the agenda by approving last year’s annual general meeting’s minutes, the president’s activity report for 2013 and the auditor’s report for the annual accounts.
No new clubs sought admission into the association this year and there were no proposals submitted by the members or the executive committee.
“Please continue to support our office and our efforts in running our programs and competitions for the remainder of the 2014 year,” Faiiave asked the delegates.
Ongoing programs include the clubs’ women’s festivals with one held on Saturday, March 29 and the Just Play Program conducted in 10 elementary schools.
The ASHSAA Boys soccer is the only competition in progress while the FFAS Technical Department is currently training an U-19 team for an OFC tournament in May 2014.