President Mark Wade elected to FIFA Disciplinary Committee
Bermuda Football Association President Mark Wade has been elected to the FIFA Disciplinary Committee.
During Agenda Item 11 of the 71st FIFA Congress, the Congress was asked to approve the proposal to elect the members of the FIFA Disciplinary Committee. Wade was one of 17 members elected to the Committee, which will be Chaired by Jorge Palacio from Colombia, with Anin Yeboah from Ghana serving as the Deputy.
Wade follows the footsteps of former Bermuda Football Association President Larry Mussenden who served as the Chairman of the FIFA Appeal Committee, while David Sabir currently serves on CONCACAF’s Disciplinary Committee.
The elected members of the FIFA Disciplinary Committee will serve for a term of four years, which shall come into effect immediately.
FIFA Disciplinary Committee
Guy Akpovi – Togo Yasser Al-Misehal – Saudi Arabia Gudni Bergsson – Iceland Arnaud Dumont – Tahiti Polly Handford – England Thomas Hollerer – Austria Mohamed Wassef Jlaiel – Tunisia Lim Kia Tong – Singapore Paula Lopez – Mexico Jose Ernesto Mejia – Honduras Salemane Phafane – Lesotho Leonardo Stagg – Ecuador Carlos Teran – Venezuela Nguyen Thi My Dung – Viernam Lord Veehala – Tonga Mark Wade – Bermuda