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LFA Clarifies Bicskei Status

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The Liberian football house has officially announced that Lone Star Hungarian Coach Bertalan Bicskei is recovering from illness and will be out of the country for 90 days.

LFA president Musa Bility denied and described reports that Bertalan was poisoned as negative approach; the coach illness is a precondition before he took over as head coach.

According to Bility, the coach is currently being treated in his home country and will not be on the line for Lone Star game at the end of the month.

In the absent of Bicskei, Liberia will benefit from the FIFA Emergency Program; the program is set up by the world governing body to aid countries that are affected by situation such as the one Liberia is facing.

The acting international coach is expected in the country next week when all arrangements are concluded for his arrival.

Local coaches are scheduled to provide more information relating to the status of the overseas players that will be available for the game. The acting head coach will follow the program setup by Bicskei.

Speaking on the issue relating to the FA new home, Bility said the new office space is being rented for US25, 000 per year and that the FA has already made payment for 2-years.

In other developments, Liberia Beach Soccer program is due to be begin in than a month, Bility Noted.

ISSA League Updates

The Inter High School Sport Association kickball and football league continued yesterday at the ATS with five matches.

In the kickball version; Jimmies Jr High School kickball team secured a win during the clash with   ST. Samuel High School in the first game of the day. The second game saw Eugene Cooper High School crushing Morning Star High School eighty-two home runs to emerge as the winner of the day.

Bassa Community High School short trip to ATS from the Bye-pass afforded them the chance to whipped Martha International High School 10 home runs to 2. Students attending the game were set to witness their boys playing after viewing lot of kickball matches.

Jammies Junior High School football team went down 0-1 to St. Samuel High School after a full time. The second soccer action at the stadium was played between Eugene Cooper High School and Morning star High School.

Eugene Cooper High School netted one goal in the entire match and conceded two goals from Young Joe and Abel Garden of Morning Star. The last match of the day was not played due to time due to a knock-out match, which was scheduled to take place at the stadium.

The league will resume tomorrow with six games; three in kickball and three in football; while the Basketball competition of the league will feature two games at the Monrovia Sports Commission.

Game one will see N.E Gibson and ST. Edward High school seeking more baskets to win the day. Cathedral High School will face College of West Africa in the last basketball game of the day.

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