Former Barrack Young Controllers Football Club striker Mark Paye has scored his first goal outside of Liberian football to register his name on the scoresheet in the South African National First Division.
The winners of the First Division and the FA Cup beat off reported competition with Soccer Missionaries FC Fassell and Oil Boys LPRC Oilers to complete their third signing in the transfer window, following the arrival of striker Mark Paye from Barrack Young Controllers Football Club and Amadiah Kawah from Keitrace Football Club.
With the opening date of the new season yet to be announced, the Shipping Boys are busy securing top signings for the new season, which also features appearances in Africa’s premier club competition, the CAF Champions League.
LISCR FC has been bolstered by the arrival of new signee, Mark Paye, as the 2016/17 First Division League and FA Cup champions beef up their squad ahead of the start of the new season and the Confederation of African Football Champions League campaign.
With the opening date of the 2017-18 season still unknown, the Paynesville-based Watanga Football Club has started early preparations to compete for titles.
As Liberia’s national football team prepares to play the Warriors of Zimbabwe in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers on Sunday, June 11, five foreign-based players have been ruled out of playing.
Barrack Young Controller, the defending champions of Liberia’s first division league, have put behind their poor performance in the CAF Champions League and the CAF Confederation Cup to continue their defense of the first division title with an important win.
Liberia first division champions Barrack Young Controllers has returned from Mozambique after participating in the first round qualifiers of the 2017 CAF Champions League.