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Club Presidents Association Gets New Leadership

Football clubs’ executives, under the banner: Club Presidents Association of Liberia (CPAL), has announced the appointment of new officials to steer the affairs of the institution for the next two years.

The body was instituted a few years ago, with the primary objective to represent and advocate for the welfare of clubs in the Liberia Football Association (LFA) National League.

With such objective, the body’s leadership is given a two-year mandate to designate leaders to govern the association, with the hope of meeting its targeted goals.

Few weeks ago, members of CPAL gathered in Monrovia and selected a new team of leaders that would manage the affairs of the association for the next two years.

Clubs in the LFA’s First, Second, and Upper Women’s divisions are automatically members of CPAL, as per its statute.

CPAL’s new leadership includes Upper Women’s League Club, Stages Queen’s President, Chris Geeply Weah as President; Sylvanus K. Morris, President of Global Pharma FC, as Vice president, and Edwin Baysah, Vice president of Ambassadors FC, as Secretary General.

Meanwhile, CPAL has expressed optimism in the leadership prowess of those selected to steer the affairs of the association for the next two years.

“We believe that these individuals will play pivotal roles in shaping the future of the Club Presidents Association of Liberia during their tenure,” CPAL stated.

CPAL, at the same time, notifies all football executives and the Liberia Football Association (LFA) of its new leadership. The body calls on football authorities across Liberia to kindly accord due respect to its new officials.

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