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Grenada's Prime Minister, Dr Keith Mitchell, and former Jamaica Prime Minister, Edward Seaga, have been named to a nine-member task force established by the Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) to study the viability of a professional football league in the Caribbean.


Edward Seaga (file)
The speaker of the Bermuda House of Assembly, Randolph Horton, is also included on the task force that CONCACAF said would be backed by advisers from the major leagues in England and the United States.


The members are: Dr Keith Mitchell (Prime Minister of Grenada); Damien Hughes (General Secretary, Caribbean Football Union); Simon Firth (Partner, Maples and Calder, Cayman Islands); Don Garber (Commissioner, US Major League Soccer); . Edward Seaga (former Prime Minister of Jamaica and Chairman of Jamaica's Premier League); David John Williams (owner/president, W Connection Football Club, Trinidad and Tobago); Decio de Maria (President, Liga MX); Yves Jean-Bart (President, Haitian Football Federation) and Randy Harris (President, Barbados Football Federation).


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