Liberians playing abroad had an unforgettable weekend after Kpah Sherman, Sam Johnson, and Zah Krangar all scored to help their clubs win in spectacular performances in their various leagues.
The inaugural Blue Cup hosted by Liberia first division club, Barrack Young Controller Football Club has come to an end with second division club, FC Bea Mountain, emerging as champions.
Liberian defender Adolphus Nagbe Marshall’s debut season in Europe continues to be a memorable one, as he has been nominated for the 2017-18 Malta Second Division Player of the Year Award.
The semifinal stage of the inaugural Blue Cup is finally completed, with first division club LICSR Football Club and second division side Barrack Young Controllers II completing the remaining two spots on the second and final day of the first-round matches.
On Tuesday, May 8, Liberian football witnessed shocking results in the inaugural Blue Cup preseason tournament hosted by First Division club Barrack Young Controllers Football Club.
First division club Barrack Young Controllers has announced its first preseason tournament, which will begin today.
Since his failure to sign with the Egyptian club Ismaily SC, not much was heard of the Liberian international striker Patrick Ronaldinho Wleh until the morning hours of Friday, May 4 when he was linked to a sex video scandal.
The 2018 West African Football Union U-20 Nations Cup has come to an end with The Gambia emerging as champions. The Young Scorpions won the youth tournament on Saturday, May 5 at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex with a hard fought narrow 2-1 win over host nation Liberia.