MFRA holds AGM despite MFA request to have it postponed

Despite a request by the Malta Football Association to postpone its Annual General Meeting, the Malta Football Referees Association (MFRA) held its Annual General Meeting on Monday.

The MFA Bureau had asked the MFRA to postpone its AGM after receiving a number of complaints from individual referees expressing concern over the MFRA’s decision to bar more than half of its members from voting at the AGM.

Former international referee Emanuel Zammit was elected as the new president.

The other elected members are Vice President Glen Tonna, General Secretary Christopher Francalanza, Treasurer Alexei Tabone togther with Jurgen Spiteri, Mark O’Neill, Clinton John Saliba and Shaun Calleja.