SLFA Commences Two-day Training for Football Match Coordinators
The Sierra Leone Football Association has today Wednesday October, 25 commences a two-day training for match coordinators at the SLFA secretariat in Freetown.
The training is geared towards enhancing the capacity of over 70 football match coordinators (male and female) to ensure best practice and professionalism in carrying out their duties in preparation for the commencement of a record number of 6 competitions across all categories, including the male and female Premier Leagues.
The opening ceremony was witnessed by the SLFA Assistant General Secretary Mohamed Benson Bawoh, Chairman of the Sierra Leone Premier League Board Victor Lewis, SLFA Director of Competitions Sorie Ibrahim Sesay, Head of Women’s Football Miriam Heroe and the Head of Safety and Security Mohamed Bowen Freeman.
Addressing the participants, the Acting General Secretary Mohamed Benson Bawoh stated that, “such a training is key to the smooth running of football competitions in the country”. He further revealed that “the Sierra Leone Football Association is set to conduct more trainings to capacitate all key officials in match organization, to enhance performance, discipline and fair play in the game”.
The training will climax tomorrow Thursday October 25 and outstanding participants will be qualified as SLFA Match Commissioners.