Former LISCR head coach and retainable deputy coach, Cooper Sarnor has switched to BYC I, following former BYC Football coach Robert Lartey’s move to LISCR FC.
Coach Sarnor was revealed over the weekend at the headquarters of BYC Football in the PHP Community, Central Monrovia in a press conference.
BYC Football employment of LISCR FC former manager, Coach Sarnor – resembles the idiomatic expression, “Switching without a hitch.”
In his unveiling ceremony, the Bong County football coach penned a two-year deal, subject to renewal.
BYC I President Sekou Konneh said on Saturday that the selection of the License B Coach to replace License A Coach was owing to careful scrutiny over several choices.
Even though, Coach Sarnor has not a won a title in his 1st division run he is a disciplined coach with lots of potential.
His recruitment came eight days after LISCR FC signed former BYC Football’s accomplished coach, Coach Robert Lartey. He also signed a two year deal that is subject to renewal.
Coach Sarnoh is a License B Coach with over a decade of experience.
However, LISCR FC failed to retain acting head coach Sarnor, who has admirably without a title, managed the team for two years.
The newly recruited LISCR manager, dubbed Coach Pello, formerly Deputy Coach of LISCR FC in 1997, has an achievable spell at BYC Football, from 2004 – 2015, where he gave BYC II two titles – 2nd division and knockout, as well as BYC I five trophies – 1st division championship, knockout, two Super Cups and the maiden Coca Cola Trophy – he also had good marks at the Inter-High School Sports competition and County Sports Meet.
Mutually, BYC Football parted company with Coach Pello in the just ended 2015 LFA League, when BYC I settled third on the 1st division table.
Coach Lartey, who is currently the technical football director for Nimba County football team, said he will definitely introduce the ‘Barcelona’s way of play’ – the sensitive one-to-one ball possession.