Two Liberian LFA Officials to attend FIFA seminar for African Officials

By Peterking Quaye – (Accra/Ghana) October 21, 2011-Liberian Football will receive an injection of new ideas with the participation of two top official of the nation’s football house in a FIFA Seminar in come Ghana next.

Liberia FA logoThe Ghana Football Association will play host to a regional seminar for General Secretaries and Technical Directors which aims at helping improve the game this was made know our reporter in the Ghanaian capital from a reliable source closed to the Ghana Football Association.

Liberia is expected to be represented by two top official of the Liberia Football Association in the persons of Iddrisa Kaba and Francis Tamba . They are expected to be part of the four-day round-table discussion committed to sharing ideas geared at improving the administrative and technical structure of the sport in Africa would also seek to keep participants abreast with FIFA’s development programmes and grand plan for football which begins on Monday in Accra, Ghana .

A ten-member FIFA team including Kablan J. Sampon, Diallo Souleymane, Regenass Thierry, Benezet Jean-Michel, Bruscoli Francesco, Valat Hélène, Stadelmann Nicole Béatrice, Malouche Belhassen, Mahjoub Khalil and Aloui Wissen would lead the seminar.

Ghana will be represented at the seminar by Emmanuel Gyimah and Francis Oti-Akenteng while other participants from the continent join.

Course topics include the role of the Technical Director vis-à-vis the General Secretary, License+, Transfer Matching System, FAP + Goal, MA Extranet, CAF Coaching licenses workshop, Grassroot development and Youth football.

The Ghana Football Association would also make a presentation on the second day of the seminar which ends on Thursday, October 27.  The final day would look at the outcome of the seminar.