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.
After almost three months of vacation, domestic football has returned to Europe with most of the continent’s top leagues back in action.
The 2016-17 Liberia football season has finally come to end with the Shipping Boys, LISCR FC, proving to be the best Liberian club after winning the Liberian Football Association Cup, commonly known as FA Cup.
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.
The 2016-17 Liberia Football Association Cup has reached its final stage with two first division teams playing against each other.
As usual, the matches for the independence celebration across the globe involves two of Liberia’s traditional clubs, Mighty Barrolle and Invincible Eleven, while others set up a team comprising of Liberians to play against different nationalities.
With just three rounds of league games to end the current Liberia Football Association first division league season, the storied Mighty Barrolle continues its fight to escape from the relegation zone.
The Antoinette Tubman Stadium was the center of football attraction on Monday evening when football fans turned out to watch two of Liberia’s older teams, Mighty Barrolle and the Invincible Eleven, battle each other in round 18 of the Liberia Football Association’s first division league.