The 2019 Liberia Football Association knockout competition commonly called the FA Cup has come to an end with first division sides LISCR Football Club and Earth Angel Football Club crowned as champions for the men’s and women’s leagues, respectively.
Instead of them celebrating their qualification to the next round of the knockout competition, Johnson and his teammates saw their visitors celebrate a 3-0 triumph.
The head coach of the Liberia national team, Thomas Kojo, has been given a four-match ban by the Confederation of African Football for misconduct in Lone Star’s last African Cup of Nations qualifier away at D.R. Congo on March 24.
The stage for the 2019 women’s FA Cup final has been set, with defending champions Blanco Football Club taking on giants Earth Angels Football Club at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia on Sunday, June 16.
The race for the 2019 LFA Orange First Division has come to an end with the LPRC Oilers winning the championship with two games remaining to end the league season.
The race for the 2019 Liberia Football Association first division title has appeared to have come to an end with three games to play. League leaders LPRC Oilers moved a step closer to winning the title after matchday-19, where they, along with FC Fassell, were the only teams to get wins.
With less than a month to end the 2019 Liberia Football Association season, the first division and FA Cup defending champions Barrack Young Controllers have taken the football community by surprise after announcing the sacking of their head coach Robert Lartey and removing Teah Dennis as the club’s captain.
Real Salt Lake might be struggling to maintain a perfect form in the 2019 Major League Soccer season but their Liberian striker, Sam Johnson, is continuing to justify why he is a designated player by continuing to score goals.