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Butler no longer interested in JFF position

Voice of Phoenix All-Stars Academy CEO Craig Butler

Noting he and his sons are being maligned by members of the Jamaica Football Federation, controversial Phoneix All-Stars Academy CEO and founder Craig Butler says he is no longer interested in a position with the local football governing body the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF). Butler had initially thrown his hat into the ring for the JFF presidency before later indicating his intention for the Director of Football post.
     
But with the recent controversy involving his son Leon Bailey not being called up for the recent friendly international against Saudi Arabia, Butler says his interest in the JFF and his sons representing Jamaica could be a thing of the past. 

“To be honest with you, I don’t think any of us are (still interested; until things change, I don’t think Leon is interested anymore; I don’t think Kyle is interested, we are very hurt because we are people of honour. When we give our word, we keep it; we supported Mike Ricketts.



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