CAF Education Officer Francis Tamba has revealed that 75% of the 22 Liberian coaches, who sat for the month-long CAF License A Coaching successfully passed.
Coach Tamba told the Daily Observer in an exclusive interview yesterday at the football headquarters on Benson Street, that results have shown that 16 coaches emerged with ‘flying colors’ while six coaches miserably failed.
Though Coach Tamba didn’t reveal the names of those successful coaches, the Daily Observer gathered that former Lone Star player turned coach, Ben Seedee scored the highest mark – and is considered as the Summa Cum Laude (Latin for “with highest honors”)
Mr. Seedee is the head coach of 2nd division side, Mighty Barrolle and player of Bame Oldtimer Sports Association.
Coach Gborgboe Gblinwon of Watanga FC is the second on the winners and Abraham Sesay of NPA Anchors came third on the Cum Laude list.
Other coaches who sat for the training: Papa Boimah Kamara and M. Kennedy Musue (IE); Gabriel Johns and Lucretius Togba (LPRC Oilers); Robert N. Larteh and Emmanuel Kaykay (BYC Football); Matthew S. Julutweh and Sam Chebli (FC Fassell).
The rest: Kollie S. Korvy (Nimba United); Haysay M. Duworko (Ministry of Youth and Sports); Daei A. Fofana (Aries FC); Jerry Anderson and Emmanuel L. Cooper (Gardnersville FC); J. Wilson Farley (Gedi & Son); Gablah Francis (Satellites); Gray B. Haizel (AME University); Jenkins Doe (Small Town) Lawrence K. Hne (Blanco FC) and Amos Ebo Smith (Paynesville League).