According to the official letter of the Federation, Extraordinary Congress will attend delegates or representatives of the Provincial football associations and from the clubs of the First Category, series A and B. The meeting will take place through a video conferenceDue to the health situation that Ecuador is going through, the FEF specified that it ordered its members to accredit their representatives to organize the forum.According to sources close to the Federation, the first to request the Congress Extraordinary were the Barcelona and Emelec clubs, whose managers have been open to dialogue with Estrada.“We review the regulationor and the decision of the Board is fully regulatory; likewise, an Extraordinary Congress would not only clarify many questions, but also help all of us participate, “he told local media. Nassib Neme, President of Emelec. The Ecuadorian Football Federation (FEF) summoned for the next May 1 to an Extraordinary Congress to resolve on the controversial removal of the president of the organism Francisco Egas and the appointment of Jaime Estrada as your replacement.The FEF, in a statement, reported that the Board of Directors called the Extraordinary Congress after learning the request made by its affiliated clubs and according to the regulations of the Federation. According to FEF Secretariat, in the conclave, the only subject will be “know, approve or disapprove resolved by the FEF Board of Directors in a videographic session held on April 24, 2020“, when removed Egas.“Last Friday’s session was restructured or reorganized the Board of the FEF, designating President Jaime Estrada, Carlos Galarza was vice president, Egas was the third member, and the other six members remained in his order, “the statement said.
Print Friendly Version Seniors Kayla Armstrong, Gabby Charles, Brooke Dennis, Alex Freeman and Sarah Grace Nicholson were recognized for their outstanding careers.”Saturday night was a nice event to celebrate the success we had this season and to thank our seniors for their years of service to our program,” said head coach Lindsey Horner. “Our banquet was a snapshot of what our program represents while being an enjoyable evening with our extended Drake women’s soccer family. There were a lot of laughs, numerous accomplishments to recognize, a fantastic speech from an impressive alumna and a group of young women that care a lot about Drake women’s soccer and each other.” DES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake University women’s soccer team held its annual awards and senior banquet this past Saturday, Dec. 10 to celebrate the 2016 season and its senior class. Team AwardsOffensive MVP- Kayla ArmstrongDefensive MVP- Sarah Grace NicholsonNewcomer of the Year- Cassie RohanMost Improved Player- Rachel WanningerAmber Clapp Award- Sarah Grace Nicholson (pictured with Clapp below) Drake finished the season with a 12-4-3 overall record after being eliminated by Indiana State in the quarterfinals of the MVC Tournament. The 12 wins are the most for the program since the 2012 season. The Bulldogs set a program-record with 11 shutouts on the year.