The Chairman for Central One Football Association (COFA) Sammah Sesay, has said that the year 2016 was a success for the Association even though going through challenges.
And he said if he was to grade the association they have score 90 per cent which has put them in good standing.
He said they were able to achieve that because they were working as a team for the good of Association and as an executive of the Association they are more than determined to work more.
The inter-community league which has now changed to super inter-community league will be more tense. They have formed more committees like appeal, disciplinary and the decision of these committees will be final, as the executive will not have any hand in it.
He also revealed that 32 communities will compete in this year super intercommunity league and five communities are still suspended for a year or more
He said before the start of the Super league the Associations has put a lot of things in place that will make the league a success and each community will register one million Leones.
By Bernard Turay
Monday January 09, 2017