SLFA slam sacked U-20 coach in press release
The Sierra Leone Football Association Executive Committee after thoroughly assessing a technical report submitted by the former Coach of the National U-20 football team Anna Williams, has discovered that besides her failure to provide technical leadership in the away leg of the National U-20 Championship against the Nigerian U-20 on Saturday 26th October where the team lost 10 – 0, Coach Williams administered certain medication to the entire squad which rendered them ineffective to match their Nigerian counterparts.
The drug TONKAT ALI is primarily used to increase the flow of blood to and from the heart and also to excite the user sexually. The purpose of administering the drug to the players was to enhance their performance against the Super Falconets of Nigeria.
Coach Williams in her admission administered the drug to almost every player on the team without the knowledge of the accompanying team Doctor and the other members of the delegation.
The FA considers her action to be a gross manifestation of misconduct, thus putting the lives of the players at risk and jeopardizing the integrity and trust of the nation.
From the technical reports submitted by other members of the delegation to Nigeria, the girls appeared unfocused, unusual and jaded as result of unusual menstruation and diarrhoea due to the side effects of the drug.
As a result, the Executive Committee would like to further assure the general public and stakeholders that a thorough investigation into events surrounding the first leg outing in Nigeria will be instituted, and the necessary punitive actions will be taken.
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