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The Liberia Football Association (LFA) will continue its training on the LFA Connect System (LCS) for clubs in Margibi County on 22 August.
The training will take place at the administrative building at the Roberts international airport a10:00 AMAM.
Susa, Jabu, Gibi United, Quincy, Bristol, Unification Town YMCA, New Horizon, Curry, Duazon United, Godwin, St. Sarah, Flamingo, Young Range and Jabu Sisters will undergo the training.
LFA transfer matching system manager Sebastian Collins will facilitate the training.
Collins will be assisted by registrar-general Jeffrey Cholopleh, Montserrado County sub-association chairman Sando Fahnbulleh and communications director MarchuMarcheh.
The LCS will reduce the high level of duplication of players’ registration by navigating from papers to the digitization of documents and or information.
The LFA is preparing clubs to use the system to register players for the Orange 2020/2021 season, which runs from August 3 to October 5.
The training began with third division clubs in Montserrado at the Antoinette Tubman System (ATS) on 24 June.
Abraham Gudjohnson of Bushrod Radio (D-15 98.1 FM), Sylvester WFabricFabricic Radio 101.1FM, Joseph Vincent of the News Newspaper, Wind Gargar of Atlantic Broadcasting Corporation (ABC FM 105.1), FrontPageAfrica sports editor Christopher Walker and Hott FM sports producer Naneka Annie Hoffman were invited to serve as observers.
About the LFA Connect System (LCS)
The LCS is an information system designed and implemented by FIFA, which provides a FIFA ID and API [Automated Programming Interface] that provides the technical interface between electronic domestic transfer systems, electronic player registration system and transfer matching system for the electronic exchange of information.
It is done on electronic player registration system (EPRS), which records the registration of all players at their association.
The EPRS must be linked with the FCS through its API in order to exchange information electronically.
Through the FCS (API), the EPRS must provide all registration information for all players from the age of 12 and, in particular, must assign each player a FIFA ID.
The FIFA ID is the worldwide unique identifier given by the FCS to each club, association and player.