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9 Slapped For Violations At Kickball Federation

By S. Siapha Mulbah
The Liberia Kickball Federation has reportedly slapped several players and technical staff members with suspension and fines for bringing the federation to public disrepute.
According to reports even players who were handed a year banned from the women sport discipline because of violating several portions of the Liberia Kickball Federation rules and regulations.
The Federation disclosed that the action against the players were as a result of insults and assaults to officials of the body followed by accusations of members of the leadership of the Federation of receiving bribe to favor counties in the just ended National County Sports Meet.
The players banned for the year and season under review are, Noko Seiwon, Joan Smith, Olivel Potter, Marken Gibson, Mariah Zuo, who recently returned from another one year suspension, Touse Myers, Garsaynee Gbazegiah and coach Darius Ajavon.
Ten others were handed twenty thousand Liberian dollars’ fine each namely; Roza Henry, Decontee Williams, Sharon Obanja, Oretha Moses, and Tenneh Dorku.
Others are Anita Glayblo, Coach Alphanso Toe, Amos David, Benzema Kumeh and Kamara KC President Mohammed Kamara.
The players and officials are required as part of their penalty to stay away from the Liberia Kickball Federation activities until they complete their respective punishments.

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