Football stakeholders of Liberia have joined the peace initiative of Amb. George Weah to call on the ‘Ellen Step Down Campaigners’ to abandon their plan.
The six-month ban placed on President of the Liberia Football Association, Musa Bility has been lifted earlier than expected by the Confederation of African Football or CAF.
Two strikers of the Lone Star of Liberia are expected to rub boots against each other this weekend in the Greek Super League. Liberian striker Sekou Oliseh Jabateh will come face to face with his partner Herron Scarla Berrian when PAOK FC hosts Platania FC in the 5th round of the Greek’s 2013/2014 domestic league season.
The Lone Star of Liberia has dropped another step on the FIFA Coca-cola ranking for September. The Nation’s Pride and Joy after their humiliating defeat at the hands of the Palangras Negras of Angola last weekend dropped to 104th place on the global ranking for this month.
The Appeal Committee of the Liberia Football Association has upheld the ruling of the LFA Grievance and Disciplinary Committee of August 20, 2013, suspending the President of first division side Nimba United, Aldophus Dolo for two years, and finding his Club US$5,000 in accordance with Article 135 of the CAF Disciplinary Code.
Over 25 Liberian football coaches during the weekend ended weeklong training in Monrovia. The training, held at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia brought together head coaches from Monrovia and around the country.
Liberia has again missed out on its chance to qualify for the 2014 World cup in Brazil. The country’s National Team, the Lone Star Sunday, 16 June lost to the Toranka Lions of Senegal 2-0 at the Samuel K. Doe Sports Complex in Paynesville outside Monrovia.
In football, sometimes not the best or most famous team that makes history. In this regard, history making is qualifying for FIFA’s foremost football event, the world cup finals.
Liberia’s central defender, Teah Dennis, has reportedly gone missing while attending his trial out with DC United in Washington D.C, the United States of America. The Barrack Young Controller (BYC) defender went to the United States for six-month trial with the Major League Soccer club on May 3rd this year; he reportedly left the team’s hotel without notification.
As the Liberia Football Association (LFA) Second Division race heats up, at least 12 clubs are expected to battle for supremacy in climaxing the first phase of the national league.