KUCHING: Sarawak Football Association (FAS) president Datuk Posa Majais (pic) said  above all else he wanted to put his priorities right.

He wants to settle the two current problems plaguing FAS before he steps down from his post.

Posa said his top priority was to ensure that all FAS debts are settled.

He stressed that paying off all the debts was very important so that the new exco would not face any burden with debts.

“My second priority is to
ensure all criminal breach of trust cases involving FAS, which are now in court, are fully settled,” said Posa.

Both his concerns are to clean up FAS from individuals and groups who have personal interests in the association. Thus, he said he would only resign next year, adding that he wanted to do so according to a proper procedure.

That means he can do so at FAS’ annual general meeting in 2020.

Posa stressed that he was not resigning just because of pressure from certain groups or individuals, adding that it was more important for him to ensure that FAS could achieve its mission.

He said it would also be a lesson for the FAS new exco to learn by ensuring that they would never compromise with any mismanagement and wrong doings in the association.

Posa brushed aside talks that his statement had got something to do with the plotters who were trying to remove him as FAS president.