Agent backs SLFA decision over illegal players
Following the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) move to halt the alleged illegal and smuggling movement of the Sierra Leone players in the country, Sierra Leone player’s agent, Chernor Musa Jalloh (in photo) has backed the SLFA decision to clamp such move.
Last week, the Football Association (FA) wrote a letter to the African Football governing body CAF to officially inform them that certain Sierra Leonean clubs and individuals are bent on smuggling players out of the country using neighbouring countries like Guinea and Liberia as their conduit.
According to Jalloh, it is a wise decision by the FA if only such illegal movement of players is currently on-going in the country.
“For the past three years I have contributed greatly towards the exposure of our players and giving them the opportunity to ply their trade in Europe, I consider this as a good move by the FA to stop such movement if it is ongoing in the country,” Jalloh said.
According to super-agent, for the past three years he has done most of the player’s transfers in the country in accordance of the law set out by SLFA and FIFA and through the latest innovation by FIFA, the Transfer Matching System (TMS).
He said: “All my players who went on trials had gone through the SLFA so I am very happy for the FA to put a stop to this because it is not good for our football and the country.”
By: Global Sports PR & Consultancy-Sierra Leone
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