The CEO of newly promotional 1st Division and big spending money club FC Fassell Cassell A. Kuoh, has blamed the club’s head coach Matthew S. Julutweh the 3-0 defeated against Watanga FC on Friday in the Soccer For Peace Cup 2011, which automatically thrown them out of the tournament.
Cassell said in his statement that “the Coach is the cause of the team’s negative performances and that he will be fired, if he can’t produce the necessary results.”
Mr. Kuoh, through a telephone conversation, stated that all requests and wishes of the coach were met and that he (Cassell Kuoh) anticipates healthier upshot from the players, who the coach himself recommended to be bought.
“The Coach told me (Cassell) personally that in order to meet our goals, he needed a list of players and other stuffs. I consented and bought the players he said he sought after” Cassell informed his public affair office.
He said, “In all, the players cost about US$28,000 and the club never hesitated because we trust that he can convey after all that he had accomplished here with us.”
This is the most money ever that a Liberian club had spent in the transfer market, Cassell narrated.
“The team fashion of play and physical exhaustion of the players are not heartening. We can’t spend huge sum of money and agree to accept results as such. This letter of warning serves as an ultimatum to Coach Julutweh, that he would be fired; if at all the team doesn’t improve.”
“The result against Watanga FC is just one of the bad results we have seen from a team with such a huge investment and we won’t accept that anymore”, the FC Fassell Boss said. He also stated that this warning also goes to all officials of FC Fassell, who seem not to be productive.
The players that were bought are not bad or unproductive individually, but are players with good individual talents, but the ability to link their skills to their colleagues and develop a good working rate is the major task to be achieved by Coach Matthew S. Julutweh in order to secure his job at the big spending football club.
Harnosand FF Finally Sign James Teaway
Liberia’s Aziz Kara FC (FCAK) now renamed Monrovia FC last spice top goal netter James Teaway, Jr. has been the earliest player of the team’s current delegation in Sweden to signature a contract for the Swedish upcoming season with 2nd Division outfit Harnosand FF.
James Teaway arrived in Sweden nearly four months ago and started his international career with Swedish 4th division outfit VIK IK at the end of last season where he achieved seven goals for the club.
According to the player’s Manager, who is also CEO of Monrovia FC, Wilhelm Myrer, “I can tell you that he is doing a lot of things right; he doesn’t complain; he works hard; he knows that he needs to show what he can do on the pitch and not complain and go around being discontent, and he has also shown that he learns from his mistakes and is ready to do whatever it takes to succeed, loyal and nice to everyone” Myrer narrated.
The striker has been honoring couple of tryouts since the closer of the Swedish lower division nearly a month plus now; he was a member of the Liberian contingent that displayed wonderful soccer skills at Saffle FF during a tryout and was part of the all Liberian affairs that gathered lots of Swedish scouts to witness the Liberians playing nearly two weeks back.
The actual amount of the deal has not been disclosed, but reports gathered indicate that the Liberian will be pocketing something rewarding and his former club Monrovia FC is satisfied with the deal and has wished him blessings at his new home.
Harnosand FF had two Liberians last season – forward Victor Carr and defensive block Arnold Kennedy. Both Liberians maybe moved to higher level for the coming season. But it will depend on the offer that has starting reaching their manager Tore Elliasson.
In other development, more of Monrovia FC players are close to landing new deal for the coming Swedish season, striker Kpah Sherman, offensive midfielder Price Somah, ball carrier Wilfred Greenfield, striker Taurus Manneh and Sundsvall IFK 24 goals netter Anthony Allison are all due to pen big Swedish deals soon.