The founder of the Sierra Leone International Football Association (SLIFA), Benjamin Gordon has told Awoko sports in a telephone interview that they are planning to make another donation to the Sierra Leone U-17 squad.
Apart from the balls he donated this week, he said, they are not only going to donate to the U-17 squad, but to other mini-leagues that are well-organized, and even premier clubs that need help
He went further and said SLIFA thinks that, as an organization, they have a part to play in football if the country is to reach its peak.
He mentioned that SLIFA has a lot of plans, which is why they are working very hard to achieve their objective and goal.
He also disclosed that a couple of teams have an interest in some of the players when they look at their clips and they are trying very hard to get some of these players to join an academy in Norway.
Some of these players will get a pro-contact and the U-14 players that are currently playing at the COFA league at parade field will be moving up for further development.
Gordon said that in September and December of this year, they are going to make bigger donations to different communities and their next plan is to try to start building projects, which is their main focus.
He also thanked the coaches and executive members that are working very hard to make sure that their dreams become a reality.