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Idriss Koroma named Director of Game Day Operations

PHILADELPHIA, Penn. (December 18, 2019) – Philadelphia Lone Star FC announced today the appointment of Idrissa Koroma as Director of Game Day Operations. Koroma will be responsible for general game day operations and ensuring that all league requirements for the USL2, NPSL, UPSL, and WPSL are met.

“It is with great pleasure to formally appoint Idrissa as our Director of Game Day Operations,” said Philadelphia Lone Star FC President and CEO Paul Konneh. “Idrissa did an exceptional job in an informal capacity last season and we know he will be vital to the success of the club’s game day experience next season.”

As director of game day operations, Koroma will be responsible for overseeing all game day operations, supervising operations staff for every home match, preparing the facility, and coordinating the arrivals and care of visiting team and referees.

“It is an honor to be appointed the Director of Game Day Operations of this great club,” said Idrissa Koroma. “I’m grateful for this opportunity and look forward to offering an excellent game day experience for all four teams at the South Philadelphia Super Site.”

In 2020, Philadelphia Lone Star FC will be competing in their inaugural season in USL League Two (USL2), second season in the Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL), third season in the United Premier Soccer League (UPSL), and eighth season in the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL).

For more information on Philadelphia Lone Star FC, visit www.philadelphialonestarfc.com or follow the team on social media: @PhillyLoneStar on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

About Philadelphia Lone Star Football Club

Philadelphia Lone Star FC is Philadelphia’s only professional-development soccer club competing in the USL2, NPSL, UPSL, and WPSL. The club was established in 2001 under the name of Junior Lone Star Football Club. That name, selected by the founding members – a group of Liberian immigrants, was in tribute to the Liberian national team which is nicknamed the Lone Star. The club changed its name to Philadelphia Lone Star Football Club in September 2018. In 2001, the club had a single team with only 13 players but can now boast of over 150 players competing on several teams. Each team is comprised of high-level players holding amateur playing status. Philadelphia Lone Star FC serves to develop players as a showcase for collegiate and/or professional coaches. The Club is operated by its Board of Directors. For more information, visit philadelphialonestarfc.com.

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