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Acting President of the Sierra Leone Football Association, Mr. Joseph Samba Keifala has told Sierra Express Media Sports that the entire members of the Sierra Leone Football Association have ironed out their differences with the Minister of Youth and Sport, Hon. Paul Kamara.
JS Keifala made this pronouncement at the National Stadium before the commencement of FC Kallon/Warri Wolves CAF first leg match on Saturday March 24.
He said they have been keeping in well with the Minister and have been attending functions with smiles on each other’s face.
The FA vice chair said their joint inspection courtesy during the FC Kallon/Warri Wolves match at the National Stadium manifests that everything between the minister and the FA is being laid in the past.
When Sierra Express contacted Hon. Paul Kamara on the issue, he said he has a solid relationship with the FA Executive members. He said those who are in the habit of saying negative things about his relationship with the FA should desist from such in affirmation that things have changed for better.
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