The C. H. Dewy sports pitch in Tubmanburg, on Sunday, April 27, will be the scene of a friendly soccer match when Brian William Fuggle’s boys, the Terminators FC, take on locals, Galaxy Old Timers Sports Association.
Brian William Fuggle is the managing director of APM Terminals Liberia Limited.
Fuggle is reported to be a die-hard fan of Liverpool, and has given his blessings to the promotion of The Terminators Football Club.
According technical director Jonathan Armah Baxter, the trip will be their first outing outside Monrovia since the team was organized several months ago.
Meanwhile Charles Konneh, founder and acting president of Galaxy Old Timers Sports Association, told the Daily Observer in a telephone interview yesterday, that the visitors will visit places of interest in Tubmanburg.
He mentioned the Blue Lake, Bonjo Hotel, the government hospital, the administrative building and the Chief’s Compound.
Konneh said Galaxy is planning series of programs to identify with needy groups in the county, mentioning the Blind Society, as one of its primary targets that would receive benefits from its endeavors.
“We are also planning to participate in the Liberia National Old Timers Association, (LONA) league,” Konneh said.
He said Galaxy is also organized to seek the interest of its members, both women and men; the women he said provide services to the members.
“This is a social organization,” Konneh said, “that will concern itself in the welfare of its members.”
APM Terminals Liberia Ltd. operates and manages the Freeport of Monrovia with logistical services including handling containerized shipments and handling of cargo (such as rice, cement, latex, unitized or palletized cargo, vehicles, frozen products and timber).
The company was founded in 2010 and is based in Monrovia and it operates as a subsidiary of APM Terminals Management B.V.