A two man high power football delegation from European Football Governing body (UEFA) is due in Liberia from March 22 to 23, to discuss UEFA’s cooperation with the Liberia Football Association.
The delegation will be headed by UEFA’s Deputy and current Acting Secretary General Theodore Theodoridis and Urs Kluser Integrity Officer, Legal Affairs/Disciplinary Services.
A release from the LFA yesterday said the two-man UEFA delegation will discuss future cooperation with the Liberian FA in all aspect of football development.
The coming of the UEFA delegation to Liberia followed discussions held between LFA President Musa Bility and newly elected FIFA President Gianni Infantino on the margins of last week’s FIFA Congress in Zurich.
The LFA President reportedly played an influential role in deciding the outcome of the FIFA presidential polls.
President Bility is excited about the upcoming visit and said it will help Liberia reach a higher mark in its football development program, the release said.