Liberia’s Most Celebrated Soccer Star, James Salinsa Debbah has described that the Liberia Football Association is being Politicized and the current leadership has spoiled the structure that he and others were building at the time of their services.
As a result, Debbah said decisions being made are affecting players’ performances and the national team as a whole.
On his official Facebook page, Liberia’s most celebrated soccer star described as saddening, for a dream that he and others to include Kelvin Swegbe and Thomas Kojo built to go down the drain in a short period of time.
The former famous George Weah Eleven shot-shooter made the comment minutes, following Liberia’s disappointing 2-1 loss to the Blue Sharks of Cape Verde Island on Thursday, October 7, in the ongoing FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
Debbah, a former PSG and Galatasaray hitman, in his post mentioned, that his complexion has led to disrespect against him, even though his tenure as a coach was far better than what is now witnessed at the Lonestar.
“It is bad to be born black. The LFA has turned to a political ground and has failed to realize that I served Liberia better than any other person in my capacity as player and Coach,” Debbah noted.
“You can call me unpatriotic or call me any name, but remember the Proverb that says you will reap what you sow.”
Meanwhile, Debbah has expressed hope that the Lonestar will get at its best, as was seen during the days of him and Thomas Kojo.