CONCACAF promotes Mainka to deputy general secretary


MIAMI: Jurgen Mainka, already reforming CONCACAF in the wake of a growing corruption scandal, was promoted to deputy general secretary of the regional football governing body, the group announced on Friday (Saturday in Manila). The Mexican-born executive had previously served as director of marketing and communications for the Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) since 2012. Mainka will work with acting general secretary Ted Howard and continue to oversee prior duties but also assume broader operational responsibilities to continue strengthening the administration of the organization. The move comes four days after CONCACAF’s executive committee announced it unanimously voted not to name a president until member associations meet to elect one next May in Mexico City.



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