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SLFA and Guinea Football Federation exchange ideas on Football Administration

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Vice President 2 of the Sierra Leone Football Association Alie Badara Tarawallie is presently in Conakry on a three-day visit to share ideas with the Guinea Football Federation and sign a Memorandum of Understand (MOU).

The delegation will exchange ideas with their counterpart and talk on certain developmental program including trainings and football activities.

The SLFA Vice President on Thursday met with the President of the FEGUIFOOT, Mamadou Antonio Souaré and Secretary General Colonel Maurice Akoy Koivogui who welcomed the Vice President and discussed pertinent issues which would form part of the MOU. The SLFA (VP-2) also interacted with staff and Heads of Departments in the Federation.

On Friday, the SLFA Vice-President (2) Allie Badara Tarawallie visited the Guinea Football Academy where they held talks with the Technical Director, Head of Female Football, Head of Grassroot Football, Director of Youth Football and members of the Premier League Board.

The Vice-president interacted with all those who run the game in Guinea in order to get first hand information about their activities and administrative operations.

The SLFA delegation will continue their visit on Saturday where they would engage the General Secretary of the Federation, the GFF’s Executive Committee and other key football stakeholders in the country.

The delegation is expected to return to Freetown on Sunday 1st August, 2021.

Credit SLFA Media Department

SLFA and Guinea Football Federation exchange ideas on Football Administration

Vice President 2 of the Sierra Leone Football Association Alie Badara Tarawallie is presently in Conakry on a three-day visit to share ideas with the Guinea Football Federation and sign a Memorandum of Understand (MOU).

The delegation will exchange ideas with their counterpart and talk on certain developmental program including trainings and football activities.

The SLFA Vice President on Thursday met with the President of the FEGUIFOOT, Mamadou Antonio Souaré and Secretary General Colonel Maurice Akoy Koivogui who welcomed the Vice President and discussed pertinent issues which would form part of the MOU. The SLFA (VP-2) also interacted with staff and Heads of Departments in the Federation.

On Friday, the SLFA Vice-President (2) Allie Badara Tarawallie visited the Guinea Football Academy where they held talks with the Technical Director, Head of Female Football, Head of Grassroot Football, Director of Youth Football and members of the Premier League Board.

The Vice-president interacted with all those who run the game in Guinea in order to get first hand information about their activities and administrative operations.

The SLFA delegation will continue their visit on Saturday where they would engage the General Secretary of the Federation, the GFF’s Executive Committee and other key football stakeholders in the country.

The delegation is expected to return to Freetown on Sunday 1st August, 2021.

Credit SLFA Media Department

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