LFA Breaks relations with Sports Medics

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The Liberia Football Association has decided to end its relations with the Sports Medics Association and has therefore requested its medical equipment from the association.

In a letter to the Sports Medics Association, the LFA requested for the return of (1.), Keys to the sports medic office, (2.), CAF medic bag and equipment and (3.), FIFA medic bag and equipment.

The LFA said it provided LD78, 000.00 to the Sports Medic Association to make its job efficient to be in attendance at the regular league matches in the on-going Cellcom national league.

It, however, regretted that the Sports Medic Association abandoned its duty during league matches and therefore felt the association did not leave up to its social contract.

Meanwhile, the LFA told the Daily Observer that it has selected a team of medics to be regular at its league matches and therefore advised the Sports Medic Association to stay away from its league games at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium and all league centers.

A member of the Sports Medics Association admitted the charges leveled against the association but appealed to the LFA to continue their relationship in the interest of Liberian football.


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