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More than twenty handball coaches from across the country are expected to undergo training under the auspices of the National Handball Association of Liberia. Even though the date and venue have not been disclosed, the training is in consonance with the Association’s grassroots development program.

According to the Association, the training will cover game formation, Tactics, as well as the responsibilities of Coaches responsibilities to the development of youth players and other relevant techniques.

Phase one of the Association’s decentralization program was recently implemented for five counties, followed by a One Day  tournament at the Sports Commission on Board Street. Among teams participating in the games were Grand Bassa, Bomi and Monsterrado County. The Association is also expected to conduct a national league alongside the Inter-School National league to enhance players’ ability and experience.

Dioh Williams, Others in Weekend Actions

Liberian internationals playing in Israel will be in action this weekend with the hope of registering their scoring intentions since the start of that country’s football season.

Vatalis Sie, formerly of LISCR FC, is yet to land a goal for Hapoel Nazareth Illit despite playing in all if its club matches so far.  Ben Martin, also yet to score for Hapoel Nazareth Illit this season after playing in all of the club outings, will feature today.

Hapoel Herzliya will also be featuring Stanley Whitfield as their point forward against Liberian defender Alvin Dixon of Hapoel Nazareth Illit. The club is standing with six points from seven games, while Hapoel Herzliya is at the bottom of the table with 4 points from seven outings.

Amos Kollie, formerly of Hapoel Nazareth now playing for Hapoel Haifa in the Israeli premier league will be away this Saturday against bottom side Hapoel Petah Tikva, while Kollie’s former team Hapoel Haifa is second from bottom with two points from eight games.

Meanwhile, Liberians forwards in Sweden will continue their actions as the league comes to an end this weekend.  Amadaiya Rennie’s Superettan league outfit Degerfors IF will tomorrow face Brage. Dioh William, the only Liberian in the Swedish Allsvenskan league will be in action for BK Hacken as they end the season against Kalmar on Saturday.

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