Newly appointed Technical Director of the Grenada Football Association, Vinimore Vin Blaine has arrived in Grenada and in less than twenty four hours after his arrival, the Jamaican has started his mission to help fix Grenada's football.
In a session convened this morning with the national U15 Boys, the experienced FIFA Grassroots Instructor, immediately hit the field running going over drills with the young Spice Boyz who are preparing for the Concacaf U15 Tournament in Tampa this August.
"I did not come here to watch, I came to make a difference and that's what you can expect from me" Blaine said.
Following his session this morning, Blaine joined GFA President for an informal lunch and met with coaches of the various national teams at the GFA headquarters.
President of the GFA, Cheney Joseph said he is very confident in Blaine's ability to make a turn around in local football and would guarantee one hundred percent support to the experience Jamaican former national women's coach.
"I am not worried about his abilities, I am more concerned about our coaches and players committing to gain from his vast amount of experience" Joseph stated.
Vin Blaine comes to the GFA after recently giving up his position as Director for Football with the Jamaica Football Federation where he was considered very successful in running programs in that country.
Blaine is expected to officially take up duties officially on Monday July 17th.