SYFA

AcronymDefinition
SYFAScottish Youth Football Association
SYFASafeguard Youth from AIDS (Uganda, UNICEF)
SYFASynthetic Yarn and Fiber Association (Gastonia, NC)
SYFAStillwater Youth Football Association (Stillwater, OK)
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The grant handed down to the SYFA is even more wretched when you consider SFA provided coaching education is mandatory for every youth team.
Kim Pettit, Managing Director of SYFA said, "We are delighted to join many major organisations to support ITMA as it integrates fibre and yarn into its product index.
SYFA chief David Little said: "When clubs who are in breach of rules appear before a committee, a sanction can be applied."
The on the Sunday, they enjoyed matches where the U-13 side took on local side Thorn Athletic 2006, while the U-15 squad played an SYFA West Region select.
The retirement last August of SYFA chief executive David Little, who sadly died in February, has left a vacuum the executive board has yet to fill.
At 81 Alex has dedicated more than 50 years of his life to the SYFA for teams in and around the Falkirk area.
A letter from the SYFA said: "Aberdeen and District Juvinile FA should recite the case as a new case."
Fitzpatrick and inspiresport head of sales, Jed McCabe, were on hand to make the SYFA Scottish Cup sixth round and quarter finals draw as thousands tuned in around the country to see their fate decided.
Realgrassroots have now sent a letter asking for a breakdown in how much SYFA members have paid in total and how much has been passed directly back to that organisation?
An SYFA spokesman said: "It would be inappropriate to comment at the moment."