Sports Administration


Coach Player President Sirleaf and Skipper Veep Boakai ready for 169th Independence Day Games at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium

Veep Boakai to Captain GoL against Civil Society-PUL

The sport journalist who told the Daily Observer sports desk yesterday that the Ministry of Health’s Emergency Ambulance Service (if there is one) should be gearing up for its greatest assignment was looking at the impending soccer and kickball games at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium this Saturday and Sunday.

‘Sports is a Unifier,’ Says Veep Boakai

Vice President Joseph Nyuma Boakai says sport is a unifier and therefore the country can be better united through serious engagements in the various sporting disciplines.

In an interview on a local radio yesterday, Ambassador Boakai said though he did not have the opportunity to play sport, soccer being his preference, the intrinsic value of sports makes it more expedient to be used as a medium to unite people.

He revealed that he would be traveling to London, England, sometime in October this year to bring back a banner for Arsenal fans in Liberia.


Mr. Bility to provide US$25, 000 annually to PUL

Bility Promises US$25, 000 Annually to Press Union of Liberia

Business man Musa Hassan Bility has promised to contribute US$25, 000 annually to support activities of the Press Union of Liberia (PUL).

Mr. Bility, who is also the president of the Liberia Football Association (LFA), is the owner of Renaissance Communications (Truth FM & Real TV).

He made the announcement last Friday during the PUL Awards Night at the Paynesville City Hall, where several distinguished journalists were awarded for their excellent performances in the year under review in their various beats.


James Salinsa Debbah retained

LFA Retains Debbah as Head Coach of the National Team

The Liberia Football Association has terminated the services of five coaches of various national soccer teams and the administrative manager of the senior national team, the Lone Star.

The LFA said in a release that those affected are coaches Oliver Makor (Under-20), Joe Nagbe (Under-17) and George Gebro (Under-14).

Also affected are the deputy head coach (Under-17), Varmah Kpoto and Jonah Sarwieh, deputy head coach (Under-14).

The LFA has also terminated the contractual agreement with the Administrative Manager of the Lone Star, Washington Blay.


Coach A. Francis Tamba

25 for University Sports Directors’ Seminar July 6-8

The Liberia Football Association will host the first seminar for sports directors from the various universities and colleges from July 6-8 at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia.

CAF Education Officer Adrian Francis Tamba told the Daily Observer in an interview yesterday that the three-day seminar will be sponsored by the Liberia Football Association.

“We will be hosting the seminar for 25 sports directors from the various universities and colleges as part of the LFA’s support to develop that sector,” Coach Tamba said.

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