Following their relegation to the second division of the LFA national league, Invincible Eleven continue to put their broken pieces together. The club recently appointed former national team player Thomas Kojo as the technical director who has now switched his attention to Majestic, the youth team.
Over the weekend, a team of officials from the Invincible Eleven Majestic Sports Association visited the youth team under the guidance of one of its board members, Marbue Richards in Harbel, Margibi County.
According to Kojo, the association was able to identify several talented players currently on the youth team that need additional training to join the senior team.
He said the visit was also intended to provide some coaching and provide encouragement for the youth team. In the past, the club used its youth team to build the senior team.
“We are focusing on the youth team as we continue to build the IE Majestic Sports Association in order to regain its past status,” Kojo said.
The 45-year-old, who is also assistant coach of the national team, Lone Star has expressed optimism that the senior team will return to the top flight of the 1st division. He acknowledged that it will be a difficult task, but said he is going to work with the team to meet their objective.
Prior to the appointment of Kojo, team president Sekou Keita disclosed that the team would maintain its current group of players that completed the second half of last season’s league.
With the level of efforts currently being made by the association, the future of the association looks promising.