Is football seeking a merger…
The eagerly awaited and much publicized Football Association (FA) Presidential elections will finally be held on 21st July 2012 in the Kailahun District. Five football heavy weights namely the current acting FA president, J.S. Keifala, Ex- E.E Lions Chairman Alhaji Ahmed Nabie, Ex-Leone Stars legend and chairman Real Republicans – Brima Mazola Kamara, founder and owner FC Johansen- Madam Isha Johansen, and Ex- chairman Bo District FA and premier League board – Rodney Michael have so far declared their intention to aspire for the FA Presidency.
According to some delegates across the country, they are very grateful to the current FA president J.S Keifala who has done a good job for almost four years now.
According to them, the current FA president has organized several coaching and refereeing courses, premier league, female, and 1st and 2nd Division competitions are organized annually.
“Alhaji Ahmed Nabie is another veteran football administrator who has served EE Lions as Secretary General and chairman for several years, team manager Leone Stars and premier league board member before he resigned with flying colours,” they revealed.
These two people have done a lot and it will be an honour if they can give chance to their younger brothers and sister to assume the FA Presidency, they fumed.
According to some of these delegates they have contacted high profile politicians, veteran football stakeholders, and all have agreed that soon they will talk to Mr. Rodney Michael, Mr. Brima Mazola Kamara, and Madame Isha Johansen and conduct a round table talk to embrace one another for a Coalition Football Administration for one to lead as FA President, followed by 1st and 2nd Vice Presidents.
Rodney Michael and Madame Isha Johansen have done a lot to promote football in Sierra Leone, and Brima Mazola was a football patriotic legend who served this country for several years with no benefit, so we cannot stand by to see them separated into various camps, failing to blend them together will send this country’s football into chaos, they concluded.
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