New Liberia mentor James Debbah guarantees discipline
Monday, November 24, 2014
change their mentality and approach under his direction.
The previous universal, who marked a three-year contract on Friday, has guaranteed a down to business approach.
"We plan to utilize a more expert methodology to impart train in the group and everyone will need to take after my guidelines.
"As it were, its going to be my direction or no chance to get whatsoever."
Liberia's unsurpassed heading goalscorer replaces guardian mentor Thomas Kojo, who was not able to lead Lone Star past the preparatory rounds of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.
"There will be no free suppers under my watch, so every player has got to acquire their red, white and blue shirt," Debbah included.
"My principle objective is to enlist and create nearby gifts from the yearly province sports gatherings and the local class.
"Yet as you know we can just do that when the nation has been proclaimed Ebola free.
"In the meantime, we will be assembled techniques and activity plans for how we expect to go about this national task when the 'green light' has been given by wellbeing powers and the FA for us to begin work."
Liberia suspended all football exercises in August to help keep the potential spread of Ebola through real contact on the pitch and the social event of vast swarms at football matches.
Debbah has an abundance of playing knowledge having invested time in France for Monaco, Lyon, Nice and PSG and additionally in Belgium with Anderlecht before resigning in 2004 with Al-Jazira in Abu Dhabi.
On the other hand, his just training part so far is with his Liberian club Mighty Barrolle.
Then, his previous fellow team member Christopher Wreh, who played for English club Arsenal, has been delegated to assume responsibility of the Under-20 group.
Wreh plans to raise the profile of Liberian football by delivering quality players to gimmick for the national side.
Liberia have never arrived at the World Cup finals and just ever been to two Nations Cup competitions in 1996 and 2002.