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 BBC found the SFA, Scottish football's governing body, have blocked the SYFA from making child wellbeing decisions.
During faltering evidence to the committee, SYFA chief executive David Little said the outstanding checks were a result of the high level of churn of their 15,000 volunteers who run leagues and coach 60,000 players.
After a spell with Edinburgh youth club Lochend, during which he won an SYFA Under-19 cap, he was signed by east region junior side Newtongrange Star last summer.
SYFA West Region secretary Jim Smith - awarded an MBE by the Queen - has also been handed a five-year ban over supervision issues on the trip.
The SYFA have been trying in vain to access information revealing which clubs have paid their tenners and the names of all the players involved.
The next day - the appeal deadline - the SYFA East Region secretary called to say Josh hadn't signed the forms.