The by-election for the second vice president of the Liberia Football Association appears to be a one-man race after top contender, Ansu Dulleh, withdrew his candidacy for the post against the president of Barrack Young Controller Football Club, Sekou Konneh.
Barrack Young Controller Football Club has started preparations for the upcoming season as they have made their first signing since the end of the 2016-17 league season.
Liberiaâ€™s football season has ended but clubs are gearing up for the upcoming campaign with moves to close big signings to beef up their squad.
The first division league has ended with LISCR FC being crowned champions after finishing at the top of the table with 42 points from their 22 games played.
Club football action will return to the famous Antoinette Tubman Stadium this weekend when Liberia First Division champions, Barrack Young Controller Football Club takes on South Africa ABSA Premiership side, SuperSports United Football Club in the playoffs round of the 2017 Confederation of African Football’s Confederation Cup on Sunday, April 9.
The Liberian First Division defending champions, Barrack Young Controllers, have departed Liberia for Senegal, where they are to participate in the 2017 West African Football Union club tournament.
The 2016-17 Liberia National First Division has come to an end, with league defending champions Barrack Young Controllers keeping the pressure on FC Fassell at the top of the league table.
Liberia first division champions, Barrack Young Controllers, missed out on playing in the group stage of 2017 CAF Champions League after losing 4-1 to Mozambican Clube Ferrovario de Beira on penalty shootouts, but they will play in Africa’s second biggest club tournament.