Liberia first division champions Barrack Young Controllers has returned from Mozambique after participating in the first round qualifiers of the 2017 CAF Champions League.
The Liberia Football Association’s first division defending champion, Barrack Young Controller, has departed the country for Mozambique to honor their CAF Champions League clash with Mozambican club Clube Ferroviaro de Beira.
Liberia’s oldest football club, the Invincible Eleven, has appointed the coach who won the National County Sports Meet as head coach for the remainder of the 2017 league season.
The president of the Liberia First Division defending champions, Barrack Young Controller, has warned fans attending the club’s CAF Champions League fixture this weekend that there will be no free entry for the international encounter.
The semifinals of the CAF Champions League turned out to be a disappointing one for two of Liberia’s international forwards, Anthony Laffor and William Jebor following defeats of their respective clubs.
Africa biggest club competition, the CAF Champions League, will resume over the weekend with South African ABSA Premiership champions, the Mamelodi Sundowns, playing away at Zambia Premier League giant Zesco United in an all-southern Africa semifinal matchup.
Just before their CAF Champions League opener away at the Algerian sides, Es Setif, the Mamelodi Sundowns suspended and fined Anthony Laffor for refusing to show up for training.
Anthony Snoti Laffor, a South African-based Liberian who plays for the Mamelodi Sundowns, had a disappointing past week when his club was knocked out of the Confederation of African Football Cup.