Liberia: FA Cup & League title is our target

….. Declares FC Fassell – Liberia President :Peterking Quaye/ FC Fassell-sports news desk – President of Newly Promoted 1st Division side FC Fassell, President & CEO Cassell Kuoh, has said his club is aiming at annexing the 2011/12 Premier League title, insisting that they have a formidable squad to achieve that target.

President Kuoh holds Trophy won by his club

President Kuoh holds Trophy won by his club

“I have shown consistent progress from the lowest league to this far and we hope for nothing less but to take the ultimate titles in football in this country .” We are preparing and leaving no stone unturned in our quest to prepare the entire team he added .

“The Premiership is a good place to play but for now, we will follow the steps and at the appropriate time ,we will get there and competitors. We are capable of winning the League trophy and we will work towards that”. He declared.

Speaking in an interview with FC, the sports media arm of FC Fassell-Liberia, he said, “I still have the core of my team and we are seriously preparing for the league. We are going all out in the coming season to grab the league title ”.

President  & CEO Cassell Kuoh, however, noted that the league success will not come on a silver platter but through hard work on the part of the playing body and management team. He said the next League season will be keenly competed for, taking into consideration the level of preparations by the Clubs adding that one therefore needs to go the extra mile to be successful.

Touching on Club financing by individuals, he described it a difficult venture, saying there is the need for communities to come to the aid of Clubs financed by individuals.

He said football management is capital intensive and it requires the support of communities where such Clubs come from to enable them survive. Like FC Fassell is from the Gardnersville and urged all in the area and other sporting communities across Liberia to get ready to get at least a team sport product as a way to contribute to the team development.

“If all members of a community will make it a point to contribute at least $ 1.00 US to the development of a Club in their community, I believe that it will provide financial strength to the Clubs for their survival.”

He also appealed to corporate bodies to provide financial aid to the Clubs to enable them deliver in the coming season as the team is poised to make rewrite soccer success in Liberian football industry.