Artur Vanetsyan has pledged to give Armenian football development further impetus after his election as the new president of the Football Federation of Armenia (FFA).
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Artur Vanetsyan has been elected as the new president of the Football Federation of Armenia (FFA).
Vanetsyan, who is 38, has been elected for a four-year term. Speaking after his election, he said that he would be guided by the principle of “football for all”, and would do his utmost to take Armenian football to a new level of development.
The new FFA President explained that the association would work to create a new nationwide system to discover and develop talented young footballers for the future.
“We should expand the geography of Armenian football, and carry out large-scale work in the regions,” Vanetsyan stressed. “We will, of course, be cooperating with UEFA during the process.”