World Cup in South Africa: Only If Doe Were Still President...!

By Joseph Toe

 

In 12 days from today, 30 countries from Europe, Asia, Africa, the Far East, and the Middle East, amongst others, will commence a 30-day competition for the World Cup Championship title in the world's most famous sport-football- in South Africa-come June 11, 2010. Of the 30 countries competing, six are from Africa. Namely, Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire, Nigeria, Cameroun, Nigeria, and host country, South Africa.

To us Africans, we are in a state of frenzy that for the first time in the history of this every four-year-competion , it is being hosted on an African soil, while for us Liberians, it is disappointing that our country did not qualify to partake in said competition for which chances are so remote  for it to be hosted on African soil again after this one.<<Click here>>

  


 

Only If Doe Were Still President...!


By Omari Jackson


There is no argument that the late president showed a remarkable interest in the national soccer team. In fact being a soccer player himself, he took over the Liberia Football Association as its chairman and Mr. Willis Knuckles came in as its vice chairman, along with Mr. Harry Attoh.  At the time Liberian soccer began to make itself felt in the leeward counties. Also supporting the idea was Mr. Assa-Mady Kaba, known by many as "Chairman" since his Central Monrovia organized one of the first Sub-Committees of the Liberia Football Association.<<Click here>>

 


 

New project director outlines objectives at the LFA

 

By Omari Jackson

ATLANTA: July 25: As he prepares to join the current Liberia Football Association administration, the newly appointed director of business and development project, Mr. Paye Kulah of Atlanta, Ga, is full of expectation, and ready to accept the challenge that he described as, “a dream job,” worth sacrificing the comfort of the United States, <<Click here>>

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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