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The battle for FA Presidency slated for July 21st, 2012 in Kailahun Town is drawing nearer and has angered most football delegates across the country.
Fotball delegates revealed to Sierra Express Media that come rain or shine they are going to elect Rodney Michael (in photo) to succeed Mr. Nahim Khadi as the next FA President.
According to them, Rodney is the most competent football administrator amongst the entire aspirants and he has on several occasions for the past years come to the rescue of clubs across the country; adding we’ll pay him back for his philanthropist gesture, they said.
It is nonsense for people to say he resigned as head of the Premier League Board out of pressure and cannot be a better leader as FA President, and delegates ask if Rodney is the only aspirant to have resigned his post adding he resigned because of a genuine case as some football officials were undermining him and we were delighted to see him resign.
A delegate from the western area revealed that over the weekend all delegates across the country simultaneously agreed that they will vote solidly for Rodney Michael and come 21st July 2012 Rodney Michael will beat all other aspirants hands down with 38 votes.
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