Shakes UP At LFA Secretarial
The Liberia Football Association or LFA has carried out a major reshuffle at its secretarial, shifting positions and functions, aimed at maximize productivity.
Mr. Lafayette Gould, previously the Chief of Office Staff in the Office of the LFA President, becomes Deputy Secretary General for Administration, replacing Mr. Abayomic Caucrick, who is now Deputy Secretary General for Operations and Logistics. Paye Kulah fills in the Chief of Office Staff post in addition to his current position as Director of Special Projects.
Others are: Rodney Wilson, Director of Marketing, Benedict Yarsiah, Director Competitions, Henry Flomo, Director of Communications and Alphonso Armah, Assistant Secretary General for Administration.
The appointments take immediate effect.
Meanwhile, the LFA has learned, with shocking dismay the exclusion of BYC from the CAF fixture for the pending competition for the Cup Winners Cup.
LFA president Musa Bility says the LFA has launched a serious investigation leading to the failure of the knock Champions’ regrettable omission, and that anyone found accountable for the ill-fated act will face the full wrath of the entity. Mr. Bility has apologized to the management of BYC for the grave embarrassment caused them and the LFA.
Meanwhile, Liberian players playing in the Israeli national football league have resumed their campaign for their respective clubs. Hapoel Kfar Saba FC attacker Patrick Doeplah came on from the bench to contribute his effort in his club’s match with visitors Hapoel Bnei Lod FC on New Year’s Day.
Defender George Baysah is slipping out of Hapoel Kfar Saba regular starting 11, the player failed to chip in the club match as he witnessed action from the bench. The result put the team 2nd on the table with 34 points from 16 outings.
Ben Martin and Amos Kollie struggling club Hapoel Nazareth Illit FC continues the second phase with a win at home against Hapoel Irony. Hapoel Nazareth Illit FC moved one step up on the table to 15 places with 2 points from 16 games.
The Israeli football authority deducted 10 points from the club during the X-mas break following an investigation. The reduction in points put Hapoel Herzliya FC 7 on the table with 23 points from 16 matches.