Liberia Football Association first division club FC Fassell has appointed activist Siokin Civicus Barsi-Giah as its new acting president.
Round 10 of the 2019 Liberia Football Association’s first division produced surprising results, with FC Fassell grabbing their first win and high-ranking clubs like Watanga Football Club and LISCR FC experiencing defeats.
The 22nd Congress of the Liberian Football Association has been postponed by the football house after consultation with its stakeholders.
The winners of the First Division and the FA Cup beat off reported competition with Soccer Missionaries FC Fassell and Oil Boys LPRC Oilers to complete their third signing in the transfer window, following the arrival of striker Mark Paye from Barrack Young Controllers Football Club and Amadiah Kawah from Keitrace Football Club.
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.
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.
The Liberia Football Association has thrown out an appeal from first division club FC Fassell over the 12 points deducted by the Disciplinary Committee for fielding ineligible players during the league.
Gardnesville-based first division team LISCR FC has become the first team to play in the third round and reach the semifinals of the 2016-17 Liberia Football Association Cup.