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Businessman Donates To Montserrado Football Team

Ahead of the National county sports meet quarter final set to take place at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex in Paynesville city, Liberian businessman Saah Young Kingsley has donated several footballing items to Montserrado football team.Items donated include 25 football boots, 20 pieces of football, and two sets of jerseys worth over US$1,000 as his initial contribution to the team.Speaking recently to the team at the Kalondo Hotel where the donation was made the Chief Executive Officer of Saah Young Business Center, Kingsley said the donation is part of the promise made to the team at one of their practice sections in Monrovia.“This donation is just the beginning of what is intended for the team as a way of encouraging them to reach the quarter final stage of the competition,” Saah Kingsley said.Liberia is currently hosting her national county sports meet, a yearly festival that brings together counties from across the fifteen political subdivisions of the country.The yearly tournament which started on April 14, had Montserrado in group B, alongside Bomi, Gbarpolu, and Grand Cape Mount counties with Montserrado serving as Host County.Montserrado County won her first game against Gbarpolu two goals to zero, her next game was Bomi that allowed both teams claiming one goal each while her next game with Grand Cape Mount saw the host country winning 2 goals to zero.These differences in performance prompted the humanitarian gesture of CEO Kingsley to have pledged his unwavering support to the county until and after the climax of the tournament.He promised to give the team US$300 if they claim a win after Sunday, April 28’s game with Grand Bassa County.“We are thrilled to present this donation of football items to Montserrado county football. It’s our pleasure to support such a dedicated and passionate group of athletes” Kingsley added.According to him, he believed in the power of sports to inspire, unit, and create positive change in “our communities.”The Saah Young Kingsley maintained that these footballs, equipment, and gear are more than just items, “They represent our commitment to helping the Montserrado county team thrive both on and off the field.”“We hope that these resources will contribute to the team success and enjoyment of the game, play hard, play fair, and remember that teamwork makes the dream work, best of luck in your upcoming game on Sunday,” he said.The team thanked the Liberian businessman and promised to use the item for its intended purpose, adding that such donation will go a long way with the team.They further asserted that Saah Kingsley had added to many other donations from residents of the county who continue to make contributions to the team from its group stage to the quarter final stage.

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