LFA Terminates Services of 5 Sub- Committee Heads

first_imgThe Liberia Football Association has terminated the services of five of its Sub-Committees’ chairmen with immediate effect for administrative reasons.In separate letters to the five individuals, Acting Secretary General Emmanuel Deah said he has been mandated by the LFA Executive Committee to inform the different heads of the five Sub-Committees that they have been relieved of their various portfolios.According to a release, the services of the chairman of the Caldwell LFA Sub-Committee Sylvester P. Mulbah, Sinkor LFA Sub-Committee chairman Samuel Brow and Gnahousname Roberts of the Paynesville LFA Sub- Committee have been terminated.The services of Fayah M. Varney of the Mount Carey LFA Sub- Committee and Thomas Kollie of the St. Paul LFA Sub-Committee were also terminated.The release said the LFA Executive Committee thanked the five football administrators for the able manner in which they administered the affairs of the various Sub-Committees over the years.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Exciting summer ahead for West Ham, says Sullivan

first_img 1 David Sullivan West Ham co-owner David Sullivan has vowed to splash the cash again during the summer as he looks to help the club challenge for a European spot.Sullivan stuck to his word last year when he brought in nine new players at the start of the season which included Alex Song, Diafra Sakho, Enner Valencia and Cheikhou Kouyate.After breaking into the top four in the first half of the season, Sullivan must have been looking forward to the prospect of at least a Europa League place.But the club have suffered a nightmare second half to the season and have won just one of their last 11 games which has ended any hopes of finishing in the top six.Despite all the uncertainty surrounding the future of manager Sam Allardyce, Sullivan says they have already started the process of recruiting new players and expects another busy summer of transfer activity.Sullivan, speaking on the club’s official website, said: “We are already casting our scouting and recruitment far and wide in the hunt for talent to make us better next season.“Targets are being identified and you can expect us to be doing plenty of exciting business in the transfer market this summer, as we did last year.”center_img getty last_img read more