he semifinals spots in the ongoing National County Sports Meet have been sealed, with Grand Bassa’s and Margibi’s kickball teams reaching the semifinals while Margibi’s and Montserrado’s football teams completed the last spots in the semifinals.
The 2018 Liberia Football Association elections have taken a dramatic twist after being put on hold by the judicial system of Liberia.
The National County Sports Meet, has reached its most exciting phase, with fans turning out in their numbers at the renovated Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex to watch their beloved counties battling in the quarterfinals for semifinals spots.
Stakeholders of the Liberia Football Association will go to the polls on Saturday, April 14 to elect new officials after eight years under Musa Hassan Bility’s administration.
The vice president of administration of the Liberia Football Association, Musa Shannon, who is a presidential candidate in the LFA election on April 14, has admitted to receiving a share of the money FIFA sent during the Ebola period for awareness.
The Liberia National County Sports Meet will return to the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex five years after any county meet games were played in the arena.
The 2017-18 Liberia National County Sports meet has reached its quarterfinals stage with 16 counties in the kickball and football categories set to battle each other for a place in the semifinals.
Norway-based Dauda Bortu has made a return to competitive football after more than a year without a club. The Liberian striker completed a move to the Norwegian second division club, FK Mjolner, on Tuesday, April 2 after completing his medical.