Report reaching Liberiasportsonline.com from a reliable local media outlet has it that dark cloud has hung at the top of Nimba County football team ahead of this year’s edition of the County Meet.
It is unclear as to who stands on the touchline for Nimba County football squad with approximately 25 days to the official commencement of the nation’s biggest sporting festival.
The top seat of the County’s football team has been heavy argued about as two sons of the soil are claiming the Head Coach status.Coach Muta Fofana and Coach Ambra George Dahn all of Nimba are claiming to be Nimba’s recognized coach.
Coach Mouctarr Fofana exited the doors of Nimba County as manager after an unsuccessful three years spell.Acting Technical Committee headed by Coach Ambra George Dahn.It can recall at the end of last year’s County Meet, Coach Mouctarr Fofana said time has come to exit the doors of Nimba County as manager after an unsuccessful three years spell.
But since he made the disclosure it has not been clear as to whether the County Authority or the Stirring Committee accepted the resignation.
Thru Coach Fofana said his resignation was done to make room for another coach who he thinks mighty give Nimba their success, he was again seen on the touchline for Nimba in the just ended Four Counties Tournament which was held in honor of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.The 44-year-old is to lift a trophy as Head Coach of Nimba County since his arrival in 2013.
The Caf’s “C” License Coach took charge as manager of the Nimba County football squad after the successful spell of Coach Gborboe Tarkpor Gblinwon in 2013.Coach Muta has however termed the Sanniquellie’s justification which is under the watchful eyes of Coach Ambra Dahn as fake and illegal.
Meanwhile, a member of the acting technical staffs, Mr Anthony Tokpah Jr, said coach Muta is no longer recognized as a head coach for Nimba and should therefore stop making blanket statements about the ongoing justification process in the political seat of Nimba.
The County Inspector, Reginald Mehn has clarified that every single player and technical staff of Nimba’s team always signed contract on a seasonal basis.He claimed that no one is a coach for Nimba football team until the Superintendent decides.Despite all of the current wahala, the Superintendent D. Dorr Cooper is still silent on the pronouncement of new manager.
Nimbians are awaiting the Superintendent’s appointment as training continues both in Sanniquellie and Ganta under two separate coaches.
Source| Auggie Doe