Luawa Football Club Signs New Team Manager

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Luawa Football Club Signs New Team Manager

Luawa Football Club Signs New Team Manager

Former Craig Bellamy Foundation Academy assistant manager, Mohamed A. Sow, has on Monday, 2nd March signed a two-year contract as team manager of division one outfit, Luawa football club.

Expressing his impression about Mohamed A. Sow which prompted the Club’s decision to appoint him the position, CEO of Luawa football club, Emmanuel Saffa Abdulai Esq said, he is elated on behalf of the club to have got a man in the club whose experience in local football is impairable and it’s a blessing in disguise for the division one out.

He said the entire team executive believes in Sow’s technical expertise which he’s sure to be a added boost towards their pursuit to achieving promotion to the Sierra Leone Premier League.

“On behalf of myself, the club executive, coaches and players, we want to warmly welcome Mohamed Sow to our club”, the legal Luminary said.

“Sow has got the experience in the local game, which if implemented here will change the club’s story for the good.

Before joining Luawa football club, Mohamed Sow was manager and owner of High Tension football club, country director of Thunder FC and a recent stint as manager of Premier League Club, Anti Drugs Football Club.

Accepting the task, the former Craig Bellamy Foundation Academy coordinator expressed gratitude to Emmanuel Saffa Abdulai Esq and the entire club executive for reposing in him the task to serve that wonderful club.

He promised to serve the club diligently and further assured to add his experience gathered in local football to help the club move forward.

“Am highly honoured to be added in this wonderful set up of coaches and players whose aspirations are to take the club to the biggest stage of Sierra Leone football”,  he effusively intimates.

“With dedication and a collective mindset, we’ll be able to reach the higher heights.

Luawa Football Club is a division one outfit  presently playing in the country’s second tier competition with an aim of gaining promotion to the nation’s elite league.

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