In a press statement released by the SLFA media department, the SLFA Vice president Brima Mazolla Kamara cautioned the public that the war against Ebola is not yet over and therefore they must continue to adhere to the necessary Ebola precautionary measures in every football gathering.
He said: “The SLFA is optimistic that its members and the general public will use this opportunity to start the ball rolling for the development of football in the country.
“The SLFA would like to inform its members that Post-Ebola football activities are in top gear and very shortly, members would be informed about plans to kick start the respective local competitions and developing the game in general,” Kamara said.
The SLFA Director of competition, Sorie Ibrahim Sesay said the lifting of the ban will now provide them the chance to carry out football related activities and also allow clubs to start training.
He further stated that: "The SLFA will soon come out with a calendar of activities for playing local competitions that will climax the 2015 calendar year.”
Ports Authority Secretary General, Idrissa Mago Tarawallie welcome the lifting of ban adding that the ban affected all facet in the game especially the players.