30/06/2006

Re-election for IFA President

UEFA has today announced that Irish Football Association President, Jim Boyce, has been re-elected as Chairman of the UEFA Youth and Amateur Committee for a further term of three years.

Mr Boyce, who is currently in Germany as a member of the FIFA Disciplinary Committee, said that he was delighted by the news of his third re-election and considered it an honour not only for himself, but for the Irish Football Association and the football public in Northern Ireland.

The IFA President has also been selected as the UEFA match delegate for the next three years, with former Northern Ireland referees Alan Snoddy, Leslie Irvine, Malcolm Moffatt and Walter Clarke, being reinstated as UEFA referee observers.

IFA’s Director of Coaching, Roy Millar, has also been elected to the UEFA panel of technical instructors.

(EF/SP)

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