The Cayman Island’s history has seen a series of international teams, including the New Zealand and Australia, make their way to the island in recent years.
And as the island prepares to host the first ever football friendly, the islanders are also looking at a chance to get their own club in the Premier League.
The island is currently in the process of getting a new stadium built, and has been considering options for years, including a bid to become part of the Premier league.
But with the island’s infrastructure and infrastructure costs having been raised, the government wants to take it to the next level.
“We’ve been working on all options for the next 10 years, and now it’s time for the government to move ahead with this plan,” said Minister of Culture and Tourism, Chris Macleod.
“The islanders have already invested so much money in infrastructure, and we want to see that continue to grow, with new stadiums, facilities, and new facilities being built in a way that is sustainable and economical for the island.”
I’ve always said that we’re a very sustainable island.
We’ve had a lot of investment, but we’re not in debt and the island has been able to build itself up.
There is a huge demand for football, and the government is committed to bringing this game to the islands.”
The plan is not without its critics, however.
The island’s local football association is considering whether it should join the Premier Premier League, while the island is also considering a possible bid to join the FIFA Development Programme.”
It is clear that the island can’t afford to go into the Premier National League.
We are also considering whether we should join FIFA Development Program,” said Macleo.”
If we are part of FIFA Development, we’ll be able to provide the best possible environment for our football clubs to play.