No JFF power struggle - Anderson says board will name Burrell's successor soon
Raymond Anderson, first vice-president of the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) and one of three men in line to succeed late former president, Captain Horace Burrell, who succumbed to cancer last Tuesday, yesterday told STAR Sports there would be "no fighting" over the presidency.
Anderson said the process would be done smoothly by the board of directors at a meeting set for early next month. The other men in the running are Bruce Gaynor and Garfield Sinclair.
"We are in mourning, so as soon as the funeral is set and over, the announcement of the new president will be made by the board of directors. The directors will meet early next month," said, Anderson who was also a close friend of Burrell.