Norman Darmanin Demajo for MFA president – Poll

Monday, July 26, 2010, 9:26
A screenshot of the Sportinmalta.com poll

A screenshot of the Sportinmalta.com poll

According to a recent poll on sportinmalta.com, a staggering 73% of respondents voted for Norman Darmanin Demajo to become the new MFA President. 25% chose current president Dr. Joe Mifsud while the remaining 2% said that another outsider would take the top seat at Ta’ Qali.

With 2 weeks remaining till election day, the race is heating up.

The Poll that was on sportinmalta.com saw the participation of more than 400 voters with the majority choosing Norman Darmanin Demajo as their preferred candidate for the 7th August MFA Annual General meeting.

Professional approach by Joe Mifsud

The front page of the Electoral Programme of Joe Mifsud

The front page of the Electoral Programme of Joe Mifsud

Council members and member associations’ individuals who are entitled to vote in the MFA Presidential election in less than two weeks time, received Joe Mifsud’s official Electoral Programme by post. This manifesto includes, amongst others, an introduction of Joe Mifsud but also includes highlights of his achievements during the past years at the helm of the MFA. The three gate professional full color brochure lists also the promises by Dr. Mifsud to the member clubs and member associations in the years to come namely, the financial donation of EUR5,000 each for the next three years should the Malta National Team be drawn with a high rank International team in the forthcoming group draws for the FIFA 2014 World Cup. In his manifesto Dr. Mifsud promises that 50% of the money generated from TV rights, sponsorship and marketing of such a fixture will be allocated to the development of the youth sector and the other 50% will shared between all clubs.

The inside page where Mifsud speaks about his achievements

The inside page where Mifsud speaks about his achievements

In his electoral programme, Dr. Mifsud is promising that through UEFA he will manage to get sufficient money to be invested in clubs for them then to invest in a full time administrator.

This website has sent an email to Darmanin Demajo to request a copy of his manifesto to be also featured in this website.





4 Comments

  1. Paul V Tabone says:

    Everybody has a sell by date. For Maltese football to go up a level, Joe Mifsud should stand down.

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  2. MDalli says:

    Kieku tajjeb li jghidu n nies issehh. Mhux li kien itir minn hemm Joey Mifsud u mieghu l bella compania ibda minn Peter Fenech u spicca bil gurnalist tal programm li jintwera fuq smash kull nhar ta Hamis.

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  3. Erik DeBattista says:

    Il-vot tal-poplu ilna nafuh snin.

    Il-problema hi li mhux il poplu ha jivvota u is suspett li ha nibqaw kif ahna. Is-sistema ma taghmilx sens fl’opinjoni tieghi. Missha tkun li ez iktar min 10 snin ma jistax idum president. Dan anke laqwa bniedem li tista timmagina. Meta iddum is snin f’kariga, apparti in-nuqqas ta ideat godda, wiehed ikollu wisq poteri biex il-management jibqa efficjenti u produttiv.

    Nisperaw li iz-zmien tal bidla wasal… avolja ghandi hafna hafna dubji.

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  4. city boys says:

    imma mhux x,jajdu nies li jghod ghax kulhadd jaff li poplu sportiv li jatendi ground imxebba bih dan il bniedem. imma li jghodd huma dawk li jivutawlu u dawk il klabbs iz zaghar li dik il proposta li se itijom 5,000euros jaraw manna mis sema la mejtin bil guh

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