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Sierra Leone Sports: East End Tigers unveil new coach  

The executive of the East End Tigers Football Club, headed by Victor Lewis, have unveiled their new coach on Friday 1 March 2019, after the former coach Chernor Mansaray resigned. Before the unveiling ceremony, the general manager, Augustine Kambo, said the new coach, Mohamed Lamin Kamara, was born on 20 January 1982 and he is coming from Mambolo, Kambia District. Kamara has BSc (Edu) Geography/Economics and has CAF C, B, and A –Licenses. He has experience from the Craig Bellamy Academy and has won several trophies with some of the local clubs. In 2006-08, he was the coach for Macut FC in Mambolo that won the Chiefdom trophy and in 2009-13 he coached Area Best FC and from 2013-15 he was at Craig Bellamy Academy. In 2016, he coached Pathfinders FC that took part in the Ernest Bai Koroma trophy. The following year he coached Young Doctors before moving back to Macut Fc at Mambolo. According to Victor Lewis, the Chair of the club, when the former head coach resigned as a executive they decided to appoint another coach that will fit into the system of the club. It was on this grounds that they appointed Mohamed Lamin Kamara. The new coach said that he hopes to give his best to this club. “I want to use this opportunity to thank the club’s executive for putting their trust in me. I look forward to starting work and meeting the players ahead of our match against Ports Authority,” Kamara said. “I hope to give my best to this club.”


By Bernard Turay

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Monday March 04, 2019.



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