The drama in the 2016-17 Liberia First Division League continues after the Mighty Barrolle was relegated due to a complaint from the LPRC Oilers that FC Fassell fielded an ineligible player.
Turkish-based Liberian international winger Tonia Tisdell was among players that squeezed in late transfer on deadline day as he left his Turkish Super Lig club Osmanlispor to join Turkey League One team Ankaragucu.
The 2017-18 British Basketball League is set to kick off on the 29th of September with the 12 participating teams set to fight for the league’s 30th title. Newcastle Eagle, the league’s record champions, is among the teams that will be in contention for the crown in the 2017-18 season. The Eagles have made some great addition to their squad, including the signing of Liberian basketballer, Saah Nimely.
Nearly two months after exiting from the CHAN qualifiers, the continental tournament for local players, Liberia has again faltered at another international tournament, as the team has dropped out of the WAFU Cup.
Five years after Liberians last saw one of their own play in the UEFA Champions League, Sylvanus Nimely may get to play in the 2017-18 competition as part of Spartak Moscow’s squad.
With the 2017-18 Maltese second division league set to kick off on Saturday, September 9, the recently signed Adolphus Nagbe Marshall has set his eyes on helping his team gain promotion to the first division at the end of the season.
As football teams work to beef up their rosters for next season, first division team Nimba United began its building process by signing top coach Sam Chebli.
With the opening date of the new season yet to be announced, the Shipping Boys are busy securing top signings for the new season, which also features appearances in Africa’s premier club competition, the CAF Champions League.