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There is a new twist to the controversial resignation of former Barbados Football Association (BFA) general secretary Chris Graham, and unless there is a resolution within a fortnight, the matter could end up in court.
Attorney at law Steve Gollop, acting on behalf of Graham, on?Wednesday informed BFA president Randy Harris in writing of his intention to “institute proceedings in the High Court”.
In the letter to Harris, a copy of which was obtained by WEEKEND SPORT, Gollop cited “numerous procedural breaches by the association through its agents which made it virtually impossible” for his client to execute his duties.
Gollop said Graham never received a written and detailed contract of service; he wasn’t consulted with respect to the hiring of staff, while people were hired by the BFA without his knowledge or recommendation, as was the required practice.

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