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LFA Closes League Today, Lone Star Departs

The Liberian FA, in collaboration with its chief sponsor Cellcum GSM, will  today, August 26, 2011 bring down the curtains on the 2010/2011 Cellcom national league season at the SKD sports complex in Paynesville, outside Monrovia.

The ceremony was delayed due to the three international friendliest against the Gambia, Angola and Niger in Monrovia. The occasion will be graced by scores of dignitaries, including football promoters and sports officials.

Awards will include the championship crown, knockout title, highest goal scorer, as well as MVP, among others. The LFA will also honor individuals and institutions as contributors to the promotion of the game, including Banks and other corporate partners. The 2010/2011 closing ceremony will pave the way for the commencement of the 2011/2012 league season, expected to begin in September.

The program will be followed by the departure of the national team for Harare, Zimbabwe to honor its nation’s cup match against that country. The local contingent is expected to leave the country tomorrow, Saturday.

Watanga FC Recruits’ Eleven

Liberia’s premiership outfit Watanga FC has completed the signing of eleven players and a few more to be concluded before the kickoff of the Liberian premiership league next month. The unveiling of the players took place during the club’s honoring program held to appreciate players for performing well during the just-ended one-phase Liberian premiership league.

The club’s expectation is to improve its ranking or capture the premiership title this season after finishing 4th on the table for the first time in its history since joining the league seasons ago.

Watanga FC succeeded in recruiting relegated Black Star’s goalkeeper Galley James, Morris Tarr of National Port Authority, as well as David Beyan and Amara Sackor of another relegated side, Jasmine Rangers, Dama Jallah, Khalid Hassan, Thomas Tamba and Sporo Somah of Black Star.

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According to the club’s President Dee-Maxwell S. Kemayah, Sr., the club was still searching the transfer market for a few more players to conclude its roster for the new season. Although the club missed out on the Knock-out and premiership title, Watanga FC vowed to be a more formidable side in the championship this season.

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