The Liberia Football Association (LFA) Vice President for Administration, Mr. Musa Shannon, says the offices of the local football house will soon be relocated, in his words, to a suitable place. In an interview with the New Dawn Sports on Saturday of the weekend, Mr. Shannon said the L FA is a noble institution, and as such, it needs a bigger office space for it to operate effectively.
According to him, having bigger office space would enable the new LFA leadership actualize its blue prints, which center on growth and development of soccer in the country.
The former Lone Star Striker’s statement came amid rumors that the offices of the local football will be relocated to a place on Benson Street before its newly elected corps of officers begin their official duties.
Shannon further told this paper that the two-week old Bility administration is exerting every efforts with business houses in and out of the country to underwrite rents of the would be new LFA offices.
Meanwhile, the LFA Vice President for Administration has admonished his colleagues to carefully execute their respective duties, adding “we know all are in high Spirit to do all he or she can for the speedy growth and development of Soccer in Liberia.”