Three-time first division champions Barrack Young Controllers Football Club continue their preparation for the upcoming season as they have announced the signing of new players.
Two months after joining Maltese second division club Gudja United Football Club, Liberia international defender Adolphus Nagbe Marshall has won his first match in the league.
LISCR FC’s Gambian head coach, Tapha Manneh, has been recognized for his work in leading his team to be the Liberia Football Association’s First Division and FA Cup Champions.
The winners of the First Division and the FA Cup beat off reported competition with Soccer Missionaries FC Fassell and Oil Boys LPRC Oilers to complete their third signing in the transfer window, following the arrival of striker Mark Paye from Barrack Young Controllers Football Club and Amadiah Kawah from Keitrace Football Club.
The British Basketball League season kicked off over the weekend with Newcastle Eagles getting win away at Leeds Force, in a remarkable win for Liberian-born Saah Nimely is making his debut.
Barrack Young Controller Football Club has started preparations for the upcoming season as they have made their first signing since the end of the 2016-17 league season.
Patrick Ronaldinho Wleh’s PKNS FC earned a win playing on the turf of Wleh’s former club, Selangor FA, which now hosts the one-time Malaysia Super League golden boot winner, Francis Forkey Doe.
With two weeks to another season of the British Basketball League, new signee Saah Nimely has already kicked off to a good start with new club, Newcastle Eagles in Great Britain.