Jordaan meets SAFA staff

2013-10-01 12:02
Danny Jordaan (Gallo)
Johannesburg - The new SAFA president, Dr Danny Jordaan on Monday met with the CEO and members of staff where he addressed them on the need to work together to turn things around within the Association.

He urged all members of staff to pull their weight to make this organisation world class and warned against ill-discipline which he said would not be tolerated during his era.

Dr Jordaan urged the staff to be true ambassadors of the Association.

"Let us fix SAFA as the HQ of the biggest federation on the continent and one of the only 18 global soccer federations to have hosted the FIFA World Cup," he said in his address to the staff.

The president thanked the staff in putting together a very successful Elective Congress which took place at Helderfontein on Saturday, 28 September 2013.

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