The United Footbal Federation would like to take the time to give credit where it is due and acknowledge those leagues responsible, directly and indirectly, for assisting us in the organization of our league. You may see some similarities between the UFF and the aforementioned organizations posted above. Our league is not attempting to “steal” your methods of operation, but rather learn from them so that we can conduct and manage ourselves accordingly in a manner that our administrators see as appropriate and efficient. We are trying to learn from the leagues we admire, so please take it as a complement. It is our way of acknowledging the things we feel that your league is doing right.
One common denominator among the aforementioned leagues is that they have established a “high” quality organized football competition. Something the UFF will be striving for in 2011 and for seasons to come. Like all athletic leagues, neither of them has experienced 100% success in the past years regarding every aspect of their organizations, respectively. However, we at the UFF want to learn from both their successes, and failures. This allows us to create and develop a positive and productive organization for our member teams.
We are aware that there is no perfect league in existence at this level, and for the most part, at any other level. The National Football League is probably considered the closest to being a perfectly run organizatuion as there can be in the world today. Yet, even the NFL has its share of problems and glitches.
Although the actual end result labeled as “perfection”, is not realistically attainable, we at the UFF will make every attempt at operating in a manner that is honest, fair, respectable and efficient. We owe that much to our members. So, any information we can obtain to improve our method of operation will be gladly received and implemented to attempt a result of success for the present and future of our league.
It is our hope and desire to one day sit down and meet with our league competitors come together towards a common goal of establishing a “positive” stream of communication to create a “solid” working relationship and environment.
We would like to wish every team and every league at our level the best of prosperity and success in their administartive and on-field goals this upcoming season, and for years to come.
UFF Executive Staff