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.
Liberia national team captain Teah Dennis has made a surprise return to Liberian football after joining first division club, Barrack Young Controllers Football Club.
Latvian club FS Metta has announced that it signed two more Liberian footballers.
The vice president for administration of the Liberia Football Association has resigned as the president of Liberia first division club, Barrack Young Controllers.
The senior side Barrack Young Controllers Football Club has made further addition to their attacking force ahead of the new league season with the promotion of striker, Robert Taylor.