Concacaf hosts successful Technical Development Directors meeting in Guatemala
Participants of The two-day Technical Development Directors meeting for Spanish-speaking Member Association gather for a photo in Guatemala City, Guatemala.
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GUATEMALA CITY, Guatemala As part of its commitment to grow football across the region, Concacaf recently hosted a Technical Development Directors meeting for Spanish-speaking Member Associations.

The two-day event took place on February 20-21, 2019 in Guatemala City, Guatemala in which Concacaf Technical Directors from all Spanish-speaking Member Associations discussed their respective Member Association’s Development and Women’s Football Strategy.

Among those in attendance were Concacaf Director of Development Jason Roberts and Head of Women’s Football Karina LeBlanc.

Concacaf also welcomed FIFA’s Jose Rodriguez, who presented FIFA’s Development Strategy throughout the Confederation.

In all, representatives from 11 different nations attended the informative event in what was another step forward to fulfilling Concacaf’s ‘One Concacaf’ vision.

The Technical Directors from the Spanish-speaking Member Associations attending the meeting were the following:

  • Philip Marin, Belize
  • Julio Murillo, Costa Rica
  • Lazaro Vila, Cuba
  • Victorino Rodriguez, El Salvador
  • Jorge Jimenez, Honduras
  • Erick Acevedo, Guatemala
  • Lucia Mijares, Mexico
  • Roger Rodriguez, Nicaragua
  • Joseph Ramirez, Panama
  • Jorge Bauger, Dominican Republic