Two Liberian strikers, former LISCR FC’s Mohammed Varney and Soto Roberts of LPRC Oilers, have penned a loan deal with Lions FC of Seychelles.
There’s a controversy brewing in Washington about the Liberia amputee soccer team that visted the United States over a month ago. It appears that the three-time African Nation Tournament champions are stranded, and some say their current situation is their own making.
The first choice goalie of the Liberia National Soccer Team –Lobe Star, who got seriously injured under his left eye, has been flown to India for treatment.
The Chairman Referees Standing committee of the Liberia Referee Association, Meson Goe, has warned referees in the country against match-fixing in the game of football. Mr. Goe admonished Liberian referees to report match-fixing because it is a crime, further emphasizing the availability of facts to authenticate its criminal nature.
The Liberian Lone Star that beat Tunisia 1-0 at the Antionette Tubman Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 5, 2015. In the minds of the “doubting Liberian Thomases” and strong critics of the James Salinsa Debbah-led Lone Star, Saturday, September 5, 2015 will forever be remembered for the excellent football display by Liberia against one of Africa's best side – Tunisia.
The nation’s pride - the Lone Star, is going against the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia Saturday, September 4th in Monrovia sadlywithout their top rated goalkeeper, Nathaniel Sherman, who reportedly sustained serious eye injuries Wednesday in camp, which both team and medical sources say risks him losing his right eye.
Liberian international striker Francis Grandpa Doe, who plies his trade with Malaysian Premiership outfit NS Matrix, continues to woo fans in that part of the world with his goal scoring ability. The striker scored his 17th goal of the season from 19 matches in a 2-0 win against Malaysian Premiership leader, Kedah Football League.
The Technical Director of the Liberia Football Association, Henry Brown, has emphasized the urgent need for more support to women football in Liberia.
Liberia’s International Kpan Sherman has moved to Premier Soccer League club Black Aces of South Africa on a three years deal. The Liberian international joined the Mpumalanga club from Tanzanian side Young African Sport Club.
The International Federation of Maracana Sport has announced August 2015 for its international conference on the sport to discuss the way forward in promoting the game in West Africa.