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Diamond Stars scored twice to retain the Championship trophy before RSLAF FC got a consolation in the 76th minute in a match that could be described as an entertaining encounter between Sierra Leone Premier League (SLPL) top two sides. The match, which was the last fixture of the 2012 /13 SLPL, was played at the Wusum Grounds in Makeni City.  

Author: 
ADIKALIE KARGBO

The Chairman of Mercury International (SL) Limited Charity Foundation Mr. Samir Hassanyeh on Thursday 10th October 2013 presented a chequeof Seventy Four Million Three Hundred and Ninety- Five Thousand Leones (Le 74, 495,000m) to the Acting President of the Sports WritersAssociation of Sierra Leone (SWASAL) ahead of the association`s forthcoming 2012/13 National Sports Awards Night on December 6 2013,at the Miatta Conference Hall in Freetown.
The presentation according to the Secretary General of SWASAL, Frank Magnus Cole was the biggest ever in the history since the marriage

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Spectator News

The national under-20 female side engaged western area female combined at the football academy grounds in a match organised by Sierra Leone Football Association for the breast cancer awareness month.
The Soccer Starlets who are set to play Super Falconets in Nigeria later this month for their U-20 2014 female World Cup African qualifiers, won convincingly by five goals to zero. The match started in a colourful atmosphere as both teams were clad in colours signifying and supporting people living with breast cancer.

Author: 
ADIKALIE KARGBO

The Commissioner of the Anti Corruption Commission in Sierra Leone Joseph Fitzgerald Kamara has said that the commission will work with the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) to develop a code of ethics for the FA. He made this disclosure to the Executive Committee of the FA when they paid a courtesy call at the Commission's headquarters on 3 Gloucester Street in Freetown on Monday 14th October.

Author: 
John Konteh

The Chairman of the Eastern Region Football Association (ERFA) and Sierra Leone Football Association Executive Committee member Morrison Sannoh has presented insecticide, toiletries and one hundred (100) bundles of water to the President of the Sierra Leone Football Association Madam Isha Johansen for the U-20 Women’s Football team.

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Spectator News

SLFA President Isha Johansen has been appointed member in the Committee on Women's Football and Women's World Cup by FIFA.
The Committee, we are told, will organise the FIFA Women’s World Cup in compliance with regulations applicable to the competition- the List of Requirements and the Organising Association Agreement dealing with general issues concerning women’s football.

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Spectator News

Hummel Exposes Fred Claye
By Ibrahim Samura
Hummel has confirmed shipping two containers in March/April for charity NGO partners but said the goods were appropriated by receiver- Fred Claye, who incidentally is the chief executive officer of Sheffield United football club.
Dan Bjerg Hassen made this disclosure in emails sent to the President of the Sierra Leone Football Association Madam Isha Johansen Sunday September 29th.
He said Fred had broken trust bestowed him by using items shipped for charity NGO partners for his personal agendas.

Author: 
Ibrahim Samura

For some, greatness is achieved by the work they do and for others greatness comes as predestination or preordination. The latter need not labor or toil, they only need to be strategically positioned when the wind of greatness is blowing. This can be said of the first Female President of the Sierra Leone Football Association Isha Johansen.

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Spectator News

Following the Sierra Leone Football Association  (SLFA) moves to halt the allege illegal and smuggling movement of the Sierra Leone players in the country, Sierra Leone player’s agent, Chernor Musa Jalloh has backed the SLFA  decision to clamp such move.

Last week, the Football Association (FA) wrote a letter to the African Football governing body CAF to officially inform them that certain Sierra Leonean clubs and individuals are bent on smuggling players out of the country using neighbouring countries like Guinea and Liberia as their conduit.

Author: 
Global Sports PR & Consultancy-Sierra Leone

Former East End Lions player and CEO of Diaabu Soccer Academy in Virginia, United, Didi Abu, has told this press in a telephone interview that he wants to give back to his country by feeding over 100 less privileged children in the country.

He said the event will be followed with a football festival in December 2013 for young footballers between ages12 to 17.

Didi said: “Football is everything to me, my food, the air I inhale and I want give back to these young boys.  

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Didu Abu

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