On Wednesday, June 3, the Monrovia Cycling Club observed World Bicycle Day. Over 30 riders rode in a group from the Ministerial Complex in Congo Town to Central Monrovia and back, covering a distance of 25 km.
With 12 titles under his belt, Anthony Snoti Laffor is the second most decorated Liberian player ever, behind the 1995 FIFA World Player of the Year winner George Weah.
Less than a week after the first division LISCR Football Club announced it was pulling out of playoffs proposed by the Liberia Football Association to determine the nation’s representatives at continental club competitions, the second division Barrack Young Controllers Football Club has officially announced it is also withdrawing.
First division club LISCR FC has announced its decision to withdraw from the playoffs proposed by the Liberia Football Association’s executive committee. The competition was proposed to determine Liberia’s representatives in the next edition of the CAF Champions League and the CAF Confederations Cup.
One player affected by the cancellation of football is Liberia Women’s U17 striker, Annieta Tarpeh, who also plays in the Liberian women’s top division league with the Professional Sisters Football Club.
After several discussions with stakeholders, the Liberia Football Association has announced the cancellation of the 2019-20 Liberian football season, with all results nullified.
When football fans name the best strikers Liberia can boast of today, the name Kpah Sherman always makes the list. Whether ranked first, second, or third, the Kedah F.A. striker has established himself as one of the best foreign-based players with his lethal performances in the Malaysian Super and Premier Leagues over the last three years.
The Liberia Football Association is expected to announce a final decision on the 2020 football season today, May 4, after several consultations with stakeholders.