Liberia’s journey in the 2019 WAFU Nations Cup hosted in Senegal has come to an end with the Lone Star being eliminated from the tournament’s second-tier competition, the plate competition.
The winner of the game between Liberia and Sierra Leone in the 2019 WAFU Nations Cup will not be known until Monday at 3:30 p.m. when the two sides play the remaining minutes of the match that kicked off on Sunday.
A 28-men Lone Star delegation is in Dakar, Senegal to play in the 2019 West African Football Union Nations Cup.
With less than a month to end the 2019 Liberia Football Association season, the first division and FA Cup defending champions Barrack Young Controllers have taken the football community by surprise after announcing the sacking of their head coach Robert Lartey and removing Teah Dennis as the club’s captain.
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.
Coach Robert Lartey could face the axe from first division club LISCR FC if the club continues with the current poor run.
Before the start of Liberia’s 2016 National football league, first division giant Barrack Young Controller took an unexpected decision by sacking head coach Robert Lartey, with BYC had won five titles.
Kelvin Potis’ second-half strike rescued a point for Watanga FC as LISCR FC missed the chance win their first three points in the opening game of the First Division league season.