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SLFA trains 70 match Coordinators as an Investment in Enhancing Professionalism and Efficiency

The Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA), committed to improving the quality and professionalism of its football competitions has commenced a two-day training for over 70 match coordinators (male and female) at the SLFA secretariat in Freetown. The training is designed to enhance the capacity of match coordinators to ensure best practices in carrying out their duties. This is particularly important as the SLFA is set to commence a record number of six competitions across all categories, including the male and female Premier Leagues.

Addressing the participants, the Acting General Secretary of the SLFA, Mohamed Benson Bawoh, stated that such training is key to the smooth running of football competitions in the country. He also revealed that the SLFA is set to conduct more trainings to capacitate all key officials in match organization, to enhance performance, discipline, and fair play in the game.

This training is a clear indication of the SLFA's commitment to developing and promoting football in Sierra Leone. By investing in match coordinators, the SLFA is ensuring that its competitions are organized and executed to the highest standards. This will not only benefit the players and fans, but will also help to raise the profile of Sierra Leonean football on the international stage.


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