Horace Donovan Reid has been appointed to the key role of director of competitions at the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF).
Reid has served as the general secretary of the Jamaica Football Federation for the past five years and, before that, as executive director of the marketing division at the Caribbean Football Union. He also served as chairman of the CONCACAF Administration Committee for 10 years until 2011. He will start in his new role on November 1.
“In a desire to be an integral part of a progressive, dynamic and forward thinking confederation, I trust my skills and expertise in competitions management, as well as my vast experience in football administration, will contribute to the development of the sport in the CONCACAF region,” Reid said. “It’s a privilege that certainly comes with a great deal of responsibility.”
CONCACAF’s new general secretary Enrique Sanz added: “The integrity as well as the quality of play are a priority to CONCACAF and part of our goal is to see these traits reach the highest attainable level.”