A recommendation has been made by the Board of Directors of the Jamaica Football Federation that embattled general secretary Dalton Wint be sent on two weeks leave, pending further action by the board.
This coming out of a board of directors meeting held last weekend where the issue of Wint’s stewardship was the main agenda item.
The Jamaican footballers two weeks ago threatened to forfeit Jamaica’s nations cup match against Surinam if Wint did not tender his resignation.
This led to the team arriving late for the game against Suriname in Paramaribo.
JFF President Michael Rickettes in a letter to Wint earlier this month confirm the commitment of the Jamaica
Football Federation to compensate him in full, as per his employment agreement with the Federation for the period January 1, 2020 to December 31, 2023.
However, Wint in his demand is seeking compensation in the region of 10 million dollars.