Didi Abu’s contract as a coach at Howard Community College in Columbia, MD has been extended for two more years. He has been coaching at the college since 2021, and this is his third season.
Under his coaching, the Howard Community College Dragons have become a perennial contender in the Maryland JUCO Men’s Soccer Conference.
Abu expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to continue coaching at Howard Community College, and he is looking forward to helping the team achieve its goals in the upcoming seasons.
Abu played for East End Lions and Sierra Fisheries in the mid-1980s. He is currently the Director for East End Lions grassroots football and an academy coach at the Thunder Soccer Association in Columbia, MD.
Abu believes that supporting East End Lions Football Club grassroots development is a way to give back to the community and to help inspire the next generation of footballers. To this end, he has been collaborating with the Premier League Board by donating trophies and medals to the WPLB, which distributed them to Female Champions Mogbwemo Queens for claiming the inaugural edition of the Sierra Leone Female Premier League.
Didi Abu has been providing coaching and mentorship to players in the Sierra Leone Premier League. He has also helped to organize training camps and tournaments for young players.
Abu is a highly respected coach and mentor who is passionate about developing the game of soccer. His work with East End Lions Football Club and the Thunder Soccer Association has had a positive impact on the lives of many young people.