CAF Educational Officer Francis A. Tamba has released the final names of participants in the month-long CAF License A Coaching Training.
The final list, of which a copy is with the Daily Observer, does not include the names of former Lone Star players turned coaches.
According to the listing, out of the 49 License B coaches owing to the two-year practice clause, only 22 coaches were accepted, having sat in the class uninterrupted for eight days, since Monday, June 1.
This is the first ever topnotch License Course to be held in the country since 1936.
Coach Tamba said the preparation which includes both theory and practice would end on Tuesday June 23 to be followed by exams to be administered by an expatriate.
The training is sponsored by the Liberia Football Association (LFA) at its headquarters on Benson Street.
Final participants are 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) ; Ben Seedee (Mighty Barrolle) and Abraham B. Sese (NPA Anchors).
Others are: Kollie S. Korvy (Nimba United); Gborgboe Gblinwon (Watanga FC); 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 (Satelitte); Gray B. Haizel (AME University); Jenkins Doe (Small Town) Lawrence K. Hne (Blanco FC) and Amos Ebo Smith (Paynesville League).