Three-time first division champions Barrack Young Controllers Football Club continue their preparation for the upcoming season as they have announced the signing of new players.
After many fans and pundits have criticized LISCR FC’s players for the Lone Star’s latest loss to Senegal, LISCR’s president, Mustapha Raji, has come in defense of his players.
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.
The first round of the 2016-17 Liberia Football Association Knockout competition has ended with four teams advancing to the next.
Liberian football has been plunged into another round of soul searching over the early exit from Zambia’s 2017 U-20 African Youth Championship Qualifier. Lonestar’s under-20 team was ousted from the tournament by the Guinea’s over the weekend.
Kelvin Potis’ second-half strike rescued a point for Watanga FC as LISCR FC missed the chance win their first three points in the opening game of the First Division league season.