Profile: Ebrima Manneh 2007 Coach of The Year
Monday, January 07, 2008
Ebrima Manneh has won the Coach of the Year of the 2007 National Sports Journalist Award held at the Kairaba Beach Hotel on 26 December 2007. He was short-listed alongside Peter Bonu Johnson and Alhagie Sarr.
Hailed from Basse in the Upper River Region. He attended Koba Kunda Primary School and Nusrat High School.
Activities in School
Athletics: Sprinter 100 and 200m, High Jump, and Long Jump. He was captain of the intermediate and senior football teams at Nusrat High School. Gained recognition after finishing school through Nawettan competitions before joining Hawks F C
School boy International in 1987
Under 23 National Team player
National Team captain 1994
Played for Walsall FC and Hackney General London, England
This agile and outspoken gentleman was Head Coach of Canon FC in the Serekunda East Zone
Head Coach KMC Selection Nayconf, BJL
Head Coach KMC Under 17 Selection
Former Director of the Cherno Samba Academy of Football.
Former Head Coach Samger FC
Former Head Coach Jollof Tutors FC
Currently the Head Coach Interior FC
Won many League and FA trophies with Hawks FC
Leading goal scorer GFA League 93/94 Seasons
Silver wear winner in the Ecowas Tourney in Nigeria
ACHIEVEMENTS AS A COACH
Won many league and knock-out titles with many Nawettan teams as a coach and a player.
Won two out of three Zonal Finals.
Promoted Samger to the Second Division and eventually to the First Division GFA League.
Coached the GFA Second Division Team Interior FC to win the Division Two League, and promoted to Division One.
Source: The Point