Sherrington was suspended by the SLFA over a row he had with the Sports Minister Mr. Paul Kamara with regards to a leaked recording in which the pair had a heated exchange.
The two-minute leaked phone conversation which took place last October has caused commotion in the country as both men rained insulting words against each other with Sherrington insulting the family of Kamara.
Few days after the SLFA statement, Sherrington quickly made a public apology but this was after receiving his suspension letter. The ex-Sierra Leone international told this press he will not make any further comment.
Meanwhile, the SLFA in a press statement issued on Thursday night revealed that a three-man committee have been set up to investigate the matter.
"An investigative committee of three persons has been set up by the executive committee to investigate the matter. The committee is not only going to look into the discussed leaked tape but will also investigate who leaked the audio and the motive behind it," the release reads. The incident between the former Leone Stars coach and the Sports Minister started during the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers last October after the minister issued a statement that he has banned Sherington and others from entering the then National Stadium because he led a rival technical team to Yaounde to take charge of the national team, Leone Stars for their two legged tie against Cameroon.