Edwards expresses disappointment, renews call for publicising report

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Former national striker, Derrick Edwards, is disappointed that neither he nor Danny Benjamin has been presented with a written copy of the report detailing the investigation carried out into the incident which led to their arrest in Jamaica over a year ago.

Speaking on the one-year anniversary of their return to Antigua after charges of possession of ganja, taking preparatory steps to export ganja, and conspiracy, were dropped against them in Jamaica, Edwards said they are still unaware of what is contained in a report presented to the ABFA weeks ago.

President of the Antigua and Barbuda Football Association (ABFA), Everton Gonsalves, admitted three weeks ago that the FA was in possession of the report and would have tabled it at their next executive meeting. It is however unclear whether this was ever done.

Edwards said he is much more concerned for Benjamin who, according to reports, has since been removed from his post as equipment manager for the senior national squad.

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