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Monrovia Club Ahead of today’s match, Monrovia Club Breweries head coach Reo Tikitak Nyanti, said his team is ready to take on the champions of the FA cup BYC2 at the Blue Field in Monrovia.

Speaking to this paper, Coach Reo said his team is a bigger side despite playing in the second division league, because people are saying the second division league is much tougher than the first division, but he comes with lot of experiences, vowing to dominate the league.

According to Reo, football and society in general needs to give chance to everybody, no matter where they come from so after his team has lost three key players: Murphy Oscar Dorley, Raymond fancied and Sylvan Namely.

He said as technicians, they were able to produce more, adding “we lost just three players, but the team has brought in nine new players.”  He said the 9 players are capable to take the team to championship, but noted BYC2 is a good side in one aspect because in terms of finance, they are better.

The nine players in question are Garnayee Clinton from LPRC, Emmanuel Nimely, ELWA United; Mark Quaqua, Watanga FC; Slyvanus Morris, BYC; Jimmy Gray, Charles Gaye, and Ambelee Zogbo, among others.

“Our first win against BYC today will boost our chances in the second division league in claiming the Championship but we will treat our opponents with respect.” Meanwhile, the Liberia Football Association (LFA) has reinstated five clubs that were recently barred from the ongoing national league.

According to the FA, , the decision to reinstate the clubs was made at a meeting of the Emergency Committee chaired by LFA President Musa Bility in Monrovia.
The clubs are Invincible Eleven and NPA Anchors of the First Division, and Monrovia Club Breweries, Mighty Blue Angels and Small Town FC of the Second Division.


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