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Malta Football Association elects new president

Published: Monday 9 August 2010, 12.26CET
The Malta Football Association has a new president after 58-year-old former Valletta FC player Norman Darmanin Demajo was elected to the role at the body's annual general meeting.
Malta Football Association elects new president
Norman Darmanin Demajo is the new president of the Malta Football Association ©Domenic Aquilina
Published: Monday 9 August 2010, 12.26CET

Malta Football Association elects new president

The Malta Football Association has a new president after 58-year-old former Valletta FC player Norman Darmanin Demajo was elected to the role at the body's annual general meeting.

Norman Darmanin Demajo has been elected as president of the Malta Football Association (MFA) at the association's annual general meeting at the weekend.

Mr Darmanin held the post of MFA treasurer from 1992 until 2001. The 58-year-old was one of the founder members of Luxol FC in 1968. As a footballer, he also played for lower-division club Qrendi FC before moving to Valletta FC, where he won the league title three times and the FA Trophy three times.

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