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Taunts of jibes have begun rising among sections of the 47 delegates that will be voting in the country’s next FA president.
Specific reference is made referring to Isha Johansen’s declaration speech at Hill Valley Hotel, which indicted the current FA body of being bad administrators. Isha Johansen (in photo) was on record to have said she would not work with and share her ideals with the outgoing FA because of its down-level manner in promoting the ideals of football in the country.
Just a fortnight ago, the same Isha Johansen nominated one of the current serving members of the current FA body, Alie Commoner, the Second Vice President of the Football Association as her running mate.
Nearly two months ago, Johansen said she wanted to bring a transformation in running the administration of football in the country, which she called a new era, and that new era has begun gaining twists in supplement of some old guns in the game.
According to Isha she has the right ability to position the much talked about change that would improve Sierra Leone’s football, but she begs of the chance from the delegates, which she said if given to her, she will change the tide of things.
She described the FA then as being in a terrible state for which she wanted to bring a level of sanity in the running of football administration in the country.
Dissent of opinion amongst the delegates abounds a clear thought on the issue that Isha Johansen is not sufficient on her level of thought and consideration as every person who is part of a system that fails should not be encouraged into any new system.
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