Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Refs cry foul over fees


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Some football referees are crying foul against the Barbados Football Association (BFA) over monies owed to them since April.

According to the match officials, they have not been paid for the past four months, having officiated games in the BFA Premier League, Champions Cup and divisional play-offs.

On Thursday, several disgruntled referees gathered at the BFA’s Wildey, St Michael headquarters in an attempt to get closure from general secretary Edwyn Wood or president Randy Harris.

However, they were unable to see Wood and Harris is overseas. Referees’ manager Mark Forde is reportedly on holiday. (AGB)

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