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.
The 2019 Liberia Football Association’s FA Cup has reached its final stage with the previous two champions, Barrack Young Controllers Football Club and LISCR Football Club, meeting in the final for the second consecutive time.
The first phase of the 2019 Liberia Orange first division has come to an end with the 2016-17 undefeated league champions, LISCR FC, putting an end to the defending champions’ unbeaten league run.
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.
LISCR’s Shipping Boys have made history with the largest margin of victory since its founding in 1995. The historic play came with a 9-0 win against Keitrace over the weekend at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium.
The second round of the Liberia Football Association knockout competition known as the FA Cup has been completed with eight teams reaching the quarterfinals.