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Soccer News of Tuesday, 26 February 2008


Liberty Professionals donates to B.A United

The Management of Liberty Professional Football Club has presented a set of jersey and ten FIFA standard footballs to B.A United Football Club as a form of solidarity in promoting football in the country.

Alhaji Sly Tetteh, the Chief Executive Officer of Liberty Professional F/C presented the items on behalf of the team. He said, the items was presented to support the current Management led by Mr. Charles Kwadwo Ntim, who has long been a very close pal in football administration and is ready to always contribute to the success of the management team in their quest to rebuild B.A United F/C.

According to Alhaji Sly Tetteh, the items presented would enhance the preparation of B.A United F/C ahead of the commencement of the Division One League. He expressed hope in the new CEO of B.A. United F/C, saying "I know Micky; he is capable to deliver, so the supporters should rally with their support behind him to achieve the objectives set for the Club". Alhaji Sly Tetteh urged Mr. Charles Kwadwo Ntim to be focus and resolute on his objectives and disciplinary measures on the players, Technical team and management to help the course of the club. Mr. Charles Kwadwo Ntim who received the items on behalf of B.A United thanked the management of Liberty Professional for the kind gesture by assisting the Club with such important equipments at the time of their preparation towards the Division One league campaign which would soon commence.

He assured the management that the Management of B.A. United would heed to advises given to help redeem the sunken image of the "Apostles of Ghana Soccer", within the two year term given. He called on supporters and other philanthropists as well as other clubs to follow suit to what Liberty Professionals F/C management has done to help promote football and develop talents for the national teams in the country.

Micky Charles cries for the support of management instead of unnecessary criticism to do their best and donate in cash and kind to complement the efforts of management, because the Club now is in financial crisis which need urgent attention.