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9 Clubs Set to Boycott Salone Premier - News in Sierra Leone
9 Clubs Set to Boycott Salone Premier
Published On : 2013-09-13 17:52:04
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The Secretary General of the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA), Abdul Rahman Swarray, has announced that the Premier League will re-commence today.

 


Mr. Swarray further disclosed that they have acquired a sponsorship package of Le100 million from African Minerals Limited while awaiting another mouth-watering package from LEOCEM. It appears, with or without the cooperation of the aggrieved parties, the league will play.

 


Swarray further warned that any club/s that failed to honor their respective fixtures would be sanctioned by the world football governing body FIFA.

 


However, nine clubs include Kamboi Eagles, FC Kallon, Bo Rangers, Old Edwardians, Mighty Blackpool, Freetown City FC, Ports Authority, Central Parade and Diamond Stars are set to boycott the recommencement of the Premier League.

 


Speaking to this press, Spokesman of the aggrieved party, Seraji Rollings Kamara said their demands still stand and nobody would force them to the wall to reverse their decision.

 


As it is, the group is still calling for the immediate dismissal of the former Public Relations Officer and the Acting Secretary General to be relieved from their respective positions.
 

Martin Wusha Conteh: Mysierraleoneonline.com

 
 
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