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From Thailand to Liberia

first_imgI hope my country can allow me to use my wealth of experience to contribute to rescue the fading soccer image of our country. What I have just said may surprise the reader, but let me explain what I mean.I am a Liberian international soccer coach presently serving as Assistant Technical Advisor to RBAC Football Club of Ais-RL, a divisional club side in Bangkok, Thailand, in Asia. I have been involved in coaching since 1984, when I promoted Sinkor Defenders FC to the first division of the Liberia Football Association League.I played for Great Bame FC as captain in Buchanan from 1975-76; Hassan Invaders FC of Bong Mines from 1976-77 as captain; and in 1978 was field captain for Mighty Sparrow FC of Margibi County.From 1979-84, I was a member of Mighty Barrolle and we won the LFA Champion League twice before being called to the national soccer team, Lone Star. Later, I returned to coach Sinkor Defenders FC from 1984-85 and promoted the team to the first division.Coaching ExperienceI was the head-coach of FDA-Foresters FC from 1986-1990 and later went to Ghana as a result of the civil war and coached Awutu Kotoko FC, a 3rd division team in Ghana from 1991-95. I then moved on to Cotonou, Benin, and managed Requins FC in the first division in 1996 and returned to Ghana as head coach of All Blacks FC in 1997, promoting the team to the Premier League.An attractive offer from Nigeria sent me to manage Udoji United FC as assistant coach from 1998-2000, but then the Ghanaians would not leave me in peace; by the following year, 2001, I assumed the mantle as the head coach of division two side, Fernstars FC. Then struggling Ghanaian side Odupon Heroes FC heard of me and they came calling; and I responded to rescue their dwindling fortunes and stabilized the team in division one from 2002-2003.Though I was still seeking adventure, I realized that my country would need me and so I returned to Liberia to manage Mighty Barrolle for the 2004-2005 seasons, and won the national championship at the time Liberia was experimenting with the Premier League.International CoachingAdventure once more came calling and David Nimely was on his way, this time, to Asia and ended in Thailand, where I first managed FC Pattanakarn as head coach in the third division from 2011-2012. My success with the team sent many soccer owners in that country after me.And I did not let them down as I jumped on available opportunities and managed Vakger FC, G.K FC; Wanta FC Academy; Dan-Tog-Sadao High School (as technical director); Tawanna FC Academy; and finally ended up with RBAC Football Club.Presently, as I said earlier, I am the Assistant and Technical Advisor to RBAC Football Club and though my contract with the team expires in October this year, I have the option to renew it in November to begin the Thailand National League. I have followed Liberian football activities and the struggle that the national team had been going through and therefore when I came home to bury my father, I thought I should let Liberian football authorities know that I am here to help. But there is a problem.But before revealing the problem let me recount my coaching education here. I hold DFB A License, an international soccer coaching certificate from Germany (2014). I hold an advance coaching certificate from Ghana’s National Sports College (2003) and another from Ghana’s National Sports Council & Ministry of Sports Certificate in basic soccer coaching course held in Accra, Ghana in 1995.I also hold the International Olympic Committee/FIFA/ANOCA certificate in coaching, a technical course certificate held in Liberia in 2007. I earned a certificate from the famous Winneba Sports College of Ghana held in 1997. I am a member of the United States National Soccer Coaches Association.HonorsIn 2004, I received a certificate of honor from the Mighty Barrolle Sports Association for winning the FA Championship in 2004 and was subsequently appointed as the Deputy National Coach of the national soccer team, Lone Star, by the Ministry of Youth & Sports from 2006-2007.I was also appointed as Deputy Coach of the U-23 national soccer team from 2006-2007 by the Ministry of Youth & Sports.Upon my arrival in Liberia on June 16, 2016, I sent two letters to LFA President Musa Bility and Youth & Sports Minister Saa Charles N’tow about my desire to work with the national team though none has replied me. However, the Liberia Football Association has told me that despite my impressive coaching career, I will need to sit for CAF License B otherwise I have no chance to coach in the country. I am told that it is a CAF requirement. But I believe that CAF’s requirement for me to sit for a License B is below my standard and therefore if the LFA does not give me the opportunity to serve my country, I may return to Thailand and I will thank Liberia for at least knowing about me and my request to serve the country – that did not materialized – that set me off to follow my career in soccer. Editor’s NoteWhen CAF Education Officer Francis Tamba at the Liberia Football Association was contacted yesterday, he said the Confederation of African Football’s Licensing System was first announced in 2007, at a time when he was in Europe.“It was not until 2009-10 that CAF made it mandatory for every coach to be licensed to be able to coach on the continent. I was the head coach of Lone Star and Coach Nimely was my deputy, but I had to undergo the training until later, I along with Brown and Smith were promoted to become CAF Assessors,” he said. “We want Coach Nimely to succeed in his career and I personally even advised him when he was in Asia to return home to acquire any of the CAF licenses otherwise he would be wasting much of his time.”Meanwhile, Coach Henry Brown, the current LFA technical director, said he went through the training to acquire CAF License A before he was finally made CAF Assessor, along with Coach Tamba and Coach Kaetu Smith.“All of us went through it and Coach Nimely should understand that no one is obstructing his career as a coach,” Brown told the Daily Observer yesterday. “We held a lengthy discussion with Coach Nimely on the issue and we encouraged him to go through it and he accepted it. We are surprised that he makes it to appear that somebody does not want him to succeed.”CAF Assessor Smith said it is important for Coach Nimely to know that CAF now wants anyone who coaches on the continent to have its license, which is above any national association or federation’s accreditation that he possesses at the moment.“During our meeting with Coach Nimely he reasoned with the position of CAF, but he (now) makes it to appear that the LFA is undermining his efforts, which are not true,” Smith said.Smith, Brown and Tamba were recently promoted by CAF as Coaching Assessors and they are routinely requested by CAF to assess new coaches for any of its licenses (D, B and A) in West Africa. The three men are currently hosting CAF License D and B courses for prospective coaches.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Businessman charged for soliciting hitman

first_imgA businessman was on Monday slapped with a charge of inciting another to commit murder by Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan and released on .5 million bail.Accused: Ganesh RajkumarThe charge read that Ganesh Rajkumar, 65, on August 26, 2016 at D’Urban and Henry Streets, Georgetown, allegedly solicited Mark Sandy to murder Roger Conners.Rajkumar was not required to plead to the indictable charge.Attorney-at-Law Neil Boston successfully made an application for bail on behalf of the accused, relating that his client permanently resided at Lot 16 D’Urban and Henry Streets, Georgetown.He added that Sandy was previously employed by the businessman as a security guard, and contended that the man concocted the story against Rajkumar following a failed extortion bid.Boston related that Sandy had planned to extract money from his client after receiving information that he was to receive a sizeable sum of money from a city commercial bank.Police Prosecutor Deniro Jones objected to bail based on the gravity of the charge and penalty attached to same. Jones added that the defendant was the mastermind behind the plot to kill Conners and asserted that he was a flight risk. The court heard that Rajkumar was the proprietor of Arawak Hotel and Night Club located at Upper Corentyne, Berbice. Attorney Boston assured the court that Rajkumar would attend every hearing pending trial.last_img read more

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Nigeria to probe crazy 79-0, 67-0 scores

first_imgIn a statement, the country’s Football Federation described the scores as “a mind-boggling show of shame never previously witnessed in Nigeria.”“Plateau United Feeders somehow manufactured a 79-0 victory over Akurba FC while Police Machine FC demolished Babayaro FC 67-0.”Federation spokesman Ademola Olajire told AFP a deal was certainly struck among the sides, but the details, including whether any money changed hands, are not yet known.“We are setting up an investigation. We don’t know exactly what happened. We just feel scandalised,” he said.“The four teams involved are suspended immediately and indefinitely,” federation chairman Mike Emeh said in a statement.Everyone involved in the Monday matches, including officials and staff at the pitch in northern Bauchi state, could face sanctions, the federation said.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000LAGOS, Nigeria, July 9 – Nigeria’s top football authority has suspended four teams who reported “mind-boggling” results from their play-offs matches, describing the scores of 79-0 and 67-0 as “scandalous” tallies that must be probed.Plateau United Feeders and Police Machine FC both needed convincing wins to earn promotions to the Nigeria Nationwide League, but officials immediately rejected the eye-popping results.last_img read more

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Suspect in slaying surrenders to deputies

first_img(661) 267-7802160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “He went there to make peace, but it didn’t turn out that way,” Rubino said. Wilson turned himself in at the Lancaster’s sheriff’s station at about noon, Rubino said. Wilson is from the San Diego area, but was visiting relatives in the Antelope Valley. He was projected to be a senior starting defensive back at Division I-AA power University of Montana (Missoula) later this year, the school’s Web site said. gideon.rubin@dailynews.com LANCASTER – A college football player wanted on a first-degree murder charge surrendered Tuesday afternoon to sheriff’s deputies. James Wilson, 20, is accused in the June 2 shooting death of Kevin Smoot, 29, of Lancaster, sheriff’s homicide Detective Steve Rubino said Wednesday. The shooting was precipitated by an argument between Smoot and his girlfriend, who was Wilson’s aunt, Rubino said. Wilson went to the apartment the couple shared in the 44000 block of 16th Street East hoping to help his aunt in the dispute, Rubino said. last_img read more

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Hidden camera found on campus

first_imgVALINDA – Detectives are investigating allegations that a middle school custodian placed a video camera in the girls’ locker room. A camera apparently “meant to film students without their knowledge” was found by an “alert employee,” said a letter sent to parents of Grandview Middle School students. Hacienda La Puente Unified School District police were immediately contacted, and the equipment and tape have been confiscated and are in police custody, said Al Vasquez, school district police chief. District police arrested a temporary school employee Wednesday and turned the investigation over to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Special Victims Bureau. Authorities did not release the suspect’s name. Vasquez said he could not give more details of the incident because it could hinder the investigation. “They \ asked that due to the sensitivity of the case we do not confirm any information, as it can compromise the ongoing investigation,” he said. “We take every precaution to ensure the safety of students and staff.” Sgt. Dan Scott of the Special Victims Bureau said they sent detectives to the school Thursday morning. School district police do not have the manpower for such an investigation if it “turns into more than it appears to be,” he said. “These things can grow.” At Grandview Middle School, students poured out of the school clutching letters informing their parents about the incident. A seventh-grade girl said some girls did not feel comfortable changing into their gym clothes during physical education Thursday, and teachers did not make them do so. Dora Maldonado, a parent who found out about the alleged incident from her son Thursday, was in disbelief. “I’m so shocked. I’ve never heard of this before at this school. I’m just in shock.” shirley.hsu@sgvn.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2306 AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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All set for Brian O’Reilly’s President Day at Letterkenny Golf Club

first_imgMr. Brian O’Reilly’s President Day is fast approaching on Saturday 24th August at Letterkenny Golf Club. Presentations for Presidents Competitions will be made on Saturday evening.Pictured: Winners of the NW Breast Cancer Open on August 16.  Sponsor Kieran Blaney, Silver Tassie. At this stage Brian has everything organised with military precision.On Wednesday, August 14, the Eamon Stevenson Financial Services Open was held at Barnhill.Ed Margey (11.6) emerged the winner on the day with a great game of Golf scoring 41 points. Ed achieved the ultimate on the 8th par 3 with a hole in one.He also had a birdie on the second accompanied by 8 pars. Cian Paige (16.2) was runner up with 40 points (bot) and John Logue (away) was third.  Kevin Kiely (6.1) won gross with 37 points. On Thursday 15th, the Little Angels Association Open was held.  Winner in the Gents Section was Patrick O’Kane with 40 points (bot), runner up was Ronan Daly 40 points (bot) and third was Christian Harris 40 points.Cian Paige won the back nine with 21 points and he also won nearest to the pin and the longest drive. The front nine was won by Mark Carrigy with 21 points.On Friday 16th the North West Breast Cancer Open was played. Club Captain John Bowe (16..6) was the winner with 40 points. John took 7 pars out of the course. Runner up was Tom McDonagh (18.1) with 39 points (bot) and Dean James (13.9) was third with 39 points (bot). Sean Hensey won the longest drive and Charles McBride won nearest to the pin.The Cat 4 winner on the 12th August was Dermot Higgins with 24 points (bot) over 13 holes. Ian Mahony as runner up.All set for Brian O’Reilly’s President Day at Letterkenny Golf Club was last modified: August 20th, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Transport BEE codes gazetted

first_img27 August 2009Black empowerment codes for the transport sector, one of the biggest contributors to South Africa’s infrastructure and gross domestic product (GDP) growth, were gazetted this week.Their targets include increasing black ownership of bus commuter services, increasing the number of black pilots, and providing training for the country’s taxi drivers.The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) said in a statement that the country’s transport stakeholders had committed to a range of empowerment targets, representing “a significant milestone in a process of national transformation.”‘Significant targets’The codes set significant targets and measures that would, if properly implemented, “provide meaningful economic impetus to the sector and the South African economy as a whole.”The gazetting means that eight sub-sectors of the codes, excluding the foreign airline component of the aviation sub-sector, are now final and binding across the transport industry.The foreign airline component “remains a section 12 charter and, as such, is not legally binding,” the department said.Among other things, the codes commit the sector to the following: Training and skills development to increase the number of black pilots in the country.  Achieving black ownership of at least 35% in the bus commuter service industry within five years.  Promoting worker rights in the taxi industry and empowering workers with the skills needed to enter management positions.  Ensuring that the taxi industry provides the public with a reliable, safe, affordable and efficient service. Unlike other sector codes, the transport sector codes will be up for review every five years.The gazetted codes can be accessed on the DTI websiteSAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

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Track, Qualify & Convert Your Leads: Using Call and SMS Data to Drive New Customers

first_imgVoice search now accounts for 20% of queries on Google’s mobile app and Android devices. Inbound call volume is continuing to increase even as messaging apps and chatbots become more popular. Facebook expects 37 billion call conversions by 2019, as social media’s share of mobile calls to businesses explodes.These trends are enabling digital marketers to extract, attribute, and integrate inbound data like never before. The results are better lead qualification, more effective budget allocation, and improved tracking of the buyer’s journey across campaigns.Join our digital marketing experts as they explore trends driving inbound calls, and how marketers can leverage them to ramp up multichannel campaign results. Register today for “Track, Qualify & Convert Your Leads: Using Call and SMS Data to Drive New Customers,” produced by Digital Marketing Depot and sponsored by CallRail.From our sponsors: Track, Qualify & Convert Your Leads: Using Call and SMS Data to Drive New Customers Track, Qualify & Convert Your Leads: Using Call and SMS Data to Drive New CustomersYou are here: HomeDigital MarketingTrack, Qualify & Convert Your Leads: Using Call and SMS Data to Drive New Customers Posted on 9th May 2017Digital Marketing FacebookshareTwittertweetGoogle+share Related postsThe California Consumer Privacy Act goes live in a few short weeks — Are you ready?14th December 2019Lytics now integrates with Google Marketing Platform to enable customer data-informed campaigns14th December 2019ML 2019121313th December 2019Global email benchmark report finds email isn’t dead – it’s essential13th December 20192019 benchmark report: brand vs. non-brand traffic in Google Shopping12th December 2019Keep your LinkedIn advertising strategy focused in 202012th December 2019last_img read more

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US Delegation Paid Up to $16,000 for Bharat Yatra Plus Modi Darshan

first_imgAs per the invitation, the trip was “limited to (an) elite group of American business persons” who would be guests of the Gujarat government on March 28 and attend a dinner hosted by Modi. Related Itemslast_img

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Bangladesh cricketer Rubel Hossain acquitted in sexual assault case

first_imgA Bangladesh court threw out sexual assault charges filed by actor Naznin Akhtar Happy against national cricket team player Rubel Hossain, and acquitted him on Wednesday.A police report which found no proof of the charges against Hossain was accepted by Dhaka’s Fifth Women and Child Repression Prevention Tribunal, which also scrapped a “non-acceptance” plea by Happy. Both were present in court.Her lawyer, Tuhin Hawlader, said they would appeal against the order in the High Court.Happy said she and Hossain were in a relationship for nine months last year, but he refused to marry her. She filed a lawsuit against him in December, accusing him of luring her into an affair with false promises of marriage.Last month, Hossain helped Bangladesh reach the Cricket World Cup quarterfinals for the first time.last_img read more

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