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Bor Local Football Association Board Of Directors Suspends Tiger Football Club

Tiger FC players pose for a group photo while in a local League in 2019.

The Bor Local Football Association have suspended first division club Tiger Football Club as they awaits faith from South Sudan Football Association in Juba.

According to the letter seen by www.kurrasports.com addressed and signed by the board of directors on the 6th January 2020, the tam was suspended due to the following reasons:.

  • The team organized its own tournament without the consent of the association which is against article (59)
  • Tiger FC have no general assembly
  • The club is owned by one person who works as the club President, Secretary, Finance office and at the same time coach.
  • Mr Maluak (Not sure who they are referring to) has been suspended for three (3) times (Not sure why?).
  • The club management took board of director to operations (Mangaten Police) in Bor which is against article 48.

Therefore with the above, the Bor Local Football Association have resolved to suspend the club as the issue is being forwarded to the South Sudan Football Association Arbitration committee for review and further investigations.  

The Bor Local League has been faced with numerous challenges with the league games  kicking off late and not in the scheduled dates as planned by the association, referees failing to turn up for matches due to failure of match or officiation allowances by the local football association.

Most of the local leagues in South Sudan do not have sponsors and therefore clubs will have to reap from the club owners for sustainability, something difficult to maintain if the club is not owned by a business person and a strong board.  

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