Monday, 10 July 2017 15:35

Trouble In Paradise, Sports Ministry & FIFA?

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If someone had told the Ministry of Sports that FIFA officials were more corrupt and untrustworthy than some of their revered politicians, they would have denied it.

Monday, 10 July 2017 14:49

Isha, Integrity Checks & Zero Tolerance???

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Isha Johansen's entry as President of the SLFA was illegal, fraudulent and most unethical, that's why her utterances of zero tolerance for corruption are very comical to me. Her claims of not being supported have nothing to do with her being a woman bro. If the overwhelming majority of and association don't want you to head them, you think forcing yourself on them will help. Let's call a spade a spade.

Monday, 20 March 2017 13:47

Doe Don Klin, 20th March, 2017

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Doe don klin o fambul den we don cam back! Drum rolls....MANCHESTER UNITED FINALLY OUT OF 6 FLAGS!!!! In truth they have been knocking at the door but what you would not have envisaged is that it was Arsenal they would overtake. It was not only that move they would celebrate but also the first team in the EPL to achieve a 600th premiership victory.

Monday, 13 March 2017 12:46

Doe Don Klin March 13, 2017

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Doe don klin o fambul den we don cam back! Last week I made a big gaff in posting my blog on a global Facebook and not on this forum. My sincere apologies! With only 4 Premier League matches played this weekend only Liverpool were involved from the top 6 pack. Arsenal and Spurs had FA Cup outings with some minnows and both won handsomely. Chelsea and Manchester United battle for supremacy in tonight’s FA clash at The Bridge.

Monday, 16 January 2017 10:16

Doe don Klin,16 Jan 2016

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Doe don klin o fambul den we don cam back! The Big Man upstairs is no respecter of persons and similarly the EPL is no respecter of the so-called big teams. The pre-media hype of matches this season so far has failed to deliver, but redemption was at its best when Merseyside took on Manchester for a dual North-West derby. The focus undoubtedly was the red devils against the reds more than the blue Toffees against the sky blues. Growing up as a kid back in SL, one favourite chant we would render before kick-off, either at mini-leagues or school league football was “nor to name dae play”.

Monday, 19 December 2016 12:01

Doe Don Klin, Dec 19, 2016

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Doe done klin o fambul den we don cam back! Firstly, thanks for all your concerns regarding the publication. I managed to get internet access through Tigo Rwanda since I live in the border town between RDC and Rwanda. Secondly, so POD did not publish again after Arsenal lost??? Well maybe Brexit shut down their HQ and took all their computers away. Someone better check on the editor maybe he requires a bail of £1.

Monday, 28 November 2016 10:48

Doe Don Klin, 28 November, 2016

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Doe done klin o fambul den we don cam back! Just when I thought this was going to be another weekend where all the big guns bagged 3 points, then our dear cousins showed up. Just when I thought Spurs were the only team that choked, Mourinho showed he can take a free kick even with bottles.

Monday, 21 November 2016 17:23

Abubakkarr Tostao Kamara: Satisfy Your Conscience

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Former, Leone Stars Captain, East End Lions and Al Ismaili defender Abu Bakarr "Tostao" Kamara, has been touted as the next Leone Stars coach. This was however not confirmed by him, though he told JakatoSports that he would relish the opportunity.

Monday, 21 November 2016 15:40

Doe Don Klin, 21 Nov. 2016

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Doe don klin o fambul dem we don cam back. Funny weekend to report about when all the parties concerned didn’t lose a match. However, for some a draw feels like a defeat whilst for others and depending on your viewpoint, they will gladly make do with a point. After the long and boring International break, the much publicized fixture at Old Trafford was the toast of the weekend.

Wednesday, 09 November 2016 17:37

Fatma Samoura to visit Authorities in Sierra Leone

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It's been widely reported that Fatma Samoura the Secretary-General of FIFA will be visiting Sierra Leone to discuss certain issues.