Sports Administration


Minister Yonton speaks at the program attended by representatives of 12 old timer sports associations

Hon. Lawrence receives his certificate and another for Ambassador George Weah from the program chairman Mohammed Sheriff

Hon. Darkeh presents certificates to Teah Fokofo and Omari Jackson yesterday as the program’s co-chairman Howard Sieh looks on.

‘BASOSA Must Lead By Example’

Mr. Henry Yonton, Deputy Minister for Administration at the Ministry of Youth & Sports, has challenged the Bushrod & St. Paul Old Timers Sports Association (BASOSA) to lead the campaign for change and to be exemplary in their administration.

Speaking at the official launch of BASOSA at the Banjor Public School in Lower Virginia, outside Monrovia, yesterday, Minister Yonton urged BASOSA leaders to make a difference.


Mr. Browne, LFA technical director, and CAF education officer, Tamba

Browne, Tamba Return from CAF Workshop

Mr. Henry Browne, technical director of the Liberia Football Association (LFA), and Mr. Francis Tamba, CAF Education Officer, have returned home, after participating in a three-day workshop in Cameroon.

The workshop was organized by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) for technical directors and education officers of all CAF member associations in Africa.

The participants deliberated, among other subjects, the role of CAF technical directors and education officers and e-learning as it is applied on the C License assessment for coaches.


Coach Tarpeh, Sayon Davis, Sam Lamin and a sympathizer yesterday in New Kru Town

Oilers Ex-Coach Identifies with Ailing Sayon Davis

Stating that Liberians must identify with those who are distressed due to illness, the ex-coach of LPRC-Oilers, William Tenesio Tarpeh, yesterday identified with ailing soccer coach Sayon Davis.

At a meeting with the ailing Davis at his New Kru Town residence yesterday, Coach Tarpeh, who is currently visiting Liberia from the United States, appealed to Liberians to show concern for those who are ill and cannot afford to care for themselves.


2013, the LBA has not had a successful league because of leadership crisis

5 Sports Associations in Leadership Crisis

It’s strange for leadership crisis to affect five sporting associations and this has greatly affected athletes and the administrations involved.

It’s no secret that sports is about leadership, whether it comes from athletes, coaches or owners.

Basketball, once the fastest-growing sport in the country, is suffering administrative meltdown owing to confusion, while Cycling, Tennis, Volleyball and Canoe and Rowing are also in trouble.
Basketball


Kelvin Sebwe and J. Bryant McGill post with Cllr. T.C. Gould and others

Suspension May Hang over Sebwe, Bryant

Two junior staff members of the Ministry of Youth and Sports may be suspended for alleged ‘insubordination’ the Daily Observer, has reliably learnt.

Mr. Kelvin Sebwe, Technical Director for sports and J. Bryant McGill, the Chief of Office Staff to Deputy Sports Minister Henry B. Yonton, Jr., may face suspension for publicly refusing to carry out a directive from Assistant Minister Murvee Gray, who served as chairman at the just ended 2016 Intra-Governmental Tourney.

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