Liberia’s former international midfielder Kelvin Sebwe, who recently resigned his post as deputy head coach of the Lone Star, has rubbished comments from the President of the Liberia Football Association Bility Miusa regarding his resignation.
Mr. Bility told reporters on Saturday that Kelvin had sought a review of his contract with the national team. “Kelvin informed me that the first agreement needed some additions and if not he was bowing out of the deal”, Bility narrated.
When sports reporters engaged Kelvin Sebwe on Saturday at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium prior to the match between Senior Pro and LFA All-Star, Kelvin said: “The deal was disrespect to me as a former national team player and deputy coach”.
“Bility was offering me US$2,000 as deputy coach; the amount is zero when it comes to football, and one issue that got me nutty was the lying attitude Bility displayed over the period of six months that he was awaiting the signing of head coach Roberto Landi, before the FA could settle the deputy coaches and other staffers at the national team.”
He described as very shocking when coach Landi told him that he had signed his deal earlier during the game with Mali. According to the FA, the Italian head Coach Roberto Landi earns a monthly salary of US$10,000, while Kelvin was offered US$2,000.