NAMIBIAN F.A. PRESIDENT ELECTED VICE-PRESIDENT OF SOUTHERN AFRICA FEDERATION

WINDHOEK, Namibia Football Association (NFA) President Frans Mbidi has been elected vice-president of the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (Cosafa) at the organization’s annual general meeting in Sun City, South Africa, over the weekend and will serve a five-year term.

A report posted on the Cosafa website indicates that Zimbabwe Football Association President Philip Chiyangwa was elected Cosafa president unopposed after incumbent Suketu Patel of the Seychelles chose not to seek re-election and South African Football Association (SAFA) President Danny Jordaan withdrew from the race.

Five other people were elected as ordinary members of the executive committee. They are Pedro Neto from Angola, Andrew Kamanga from Zambia, Sameer Sobha from Mauritius, Alberto Simanga from Mozambique and Walter Nyamilandu-Manda from Malawi, who has served as an ordinary member on the outgoing executive.

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK

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