The Liberia Football Association (LFA), Thursday, 11 February, climaxed its 2009 national football league season, with the closing ceremony held at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium. A ceremony that was very poorly attended, as soccer administrators decided not to come.
A former captain of the senior national soccer team, the Lone Star, has disclosed plans to contest the FA's presidency at the upcoming Liberia Football Association or LFA national congress due next month, despite his limited qualifications.
After weeks of delay, the Liberia Football Association or LFA through its secretariat has released the guidelines for its elections at the 15TH ordinary Congress, schedule for March 20, 2010.
A two- day In House Football Tournament for members of Alpha Old-Timer Sport Association got underway on Sunday, February 7, 2010 in Paynesville, outside Monrovia.
If everything goes well, the National Football Team, Lone Star, would be in Nigeria for a West African Tournament, organized by the West African Football Union (WAFU).
Fears of white balloting is looming ahead of the upcoming Liberia's Football Association (LFA) March 20, 2010 congress, amidst reports that there is a low key approach to the entire congress amongst sports authorities.
The writings are on the wall, with indications that the much anticipated Liberia Football Association (LFA) March 20 congress will not be held as planned. This is due in parts to the series of processes and complications involved with the FA statue review.
The Liberia Football Association says it is contemplating on hiring the services of a local coach to handle the senior national team, the Lone Star.