Liberian striker Patrick Ronaldinho Wleh has bid farewell to Malaysian Super League club PKNS FC after the organization opted not to extend his stay.
County Superintendent D. Dorr Cooper has said the lack of finances might make it difficult for Nimba to appear in this year’s iteration of Liberia’s most popular sporting tournament.
The Canadian U23 footballer Hanson Tamba Boakai says he would consider playing for the Lone Star’s senior team if the nation calls him.
Boakai joined his third European club in the space of two years after spending the 2016 season with Croatian Second Football League club, Nogometni klub Dugopolje and former Swedish Division One club, Landskrona Boll och Idrottsallskap, which announced his contract termination in November 2016.
Several of Liberia’s national football teams are now without coaches after the Liberia Football Association announced the suspension of coaches’ contracts from the under-20 level to the senior national team.
The Ministry of Youth and Sports has announced that Liberia’s biggest sporting event, the National County Sports Meet, will go on as planned in 2017.
LISCR FC continues its buildup for the coming football season, with more additions made to its squad.
Liberia’s darling club, the Invincible Eleven, has begun preparations for a new league season that will be spent in the second tier of Liberian football, the Liberia Football Association Second Division League.