The Ministry of Youth and Sports has announced that it has withdrawn management of the Antoinette Tubman Stadium and the various national football teams from under the Liberia Football Association. The ministry will now manage those entities itself.
There are ongoing negotiations between Liberia and Sierra Leone over a possible friendly match to be played in July.
After several postponements, the Ministry of Youth and Sports has finally set the National County Sports Meet to kick off on Saturday, March 31, 2018 in Bong.
The month of December has come and is gradually going away with Liberians still not seeing the start of their favorite local sports event.
Following several days of peaceful protest by instructors of the Monrovia Vocational Training Center in demand of salary arrears, on Monday, November 27, the institute began paying four months of arrears.
The Ministry of Youth and Sports has announced that Liberiaâ€™s biggest sporting event, the National County Sports Meet, will go on as planned in 2017.
A youth advocate from Zorzor, Lofa, is currently visiting the South American nation of Colombia to participate in a two-week youth exchange program between Liberia and Colombia.
The general orientation training for county coordinators of the World Bank-sponsored US$10 million Youth Opportunities Project has begun in Grand Bassa amid delays in the project implementation.