Football

BYC meets Real de Banjul in 2015

The Liberia Football Association national league champions, Barrack Youth Controller (BYC1) will meet their counterparts of The Gambian football league, Real de Banjul in February for the 2015 CAF champions’ league.

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LFA ends training for coaches

The Liberia Football Association has ended one day training seminar for 75 coaches with B and C licenses at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium or ATS, in Monrovia. The technical department of the LFA said topics include licensing guidelines for coaches and modern coaching trend.

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Liberia’s amputees left out of 2014 World Cup

Liberia national amputee football team, a triple champion for Africa, along with Sierra Leone’s Amputee football teams will not participate in the 2014 Amputee Football World Cup due to the Ebola outbreaks in the two countries.

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Lone Star out again

The Liberian national football team, the Lone Star has been sent out of the qualifying rounds of the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) 2015 by the Crocodiles of Lesotho. The Lone star was sent out of the competition on a 2-1 goal aggregate after the second leg in Lesotho Sunday.

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MYS Launches Coaching Seminar

The Youth and Sports Ministry’s quest to impact the soccer skills and talents of the young people in Liberia took a positive trend with the kick off of a pilot program aimed at providing the opportunities for kids to learn some basic fundamentals of playing football.

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Cephus goes home Saturday

Kickball and football Referee Emmanuel Cephus CKA Kolubylee will be laid to rest on Saturday May 24, 2014 in his home town in Grand Bassa County. He died from a protracted illness.

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Referee withdraws redcard

There was a drama on Sunday during the Liberia-Lesotho match, when Center Referee Tohouegnon Gustave flashed a red card at Nkau Lerotholi, a Lesotho forward after one of his teammates, a defender, brought down a Liberian forward Sam Chaplay Kollie in the visitors’ 18 yard box before immediately withdrawing same and urging the player to stay on.

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Lone Star Defeats Counterpart

The Liberian national U- 20 team, Lone Star, on Sunday defeated her Ivorian counterpart, the Young Elephant of Ivory Coast 1-0 in the CAF youth championship qualifiers at the ATS. The game reminded fans of the days when the senior national team entertain football lovers, leaving them with victory smiles.

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Fans attack Benedict Yassiah

The Liberia Referee Association has declared a ‘no go zone’ for New Kru Town and West Point Sub- Association National League following a brutal drama that left several persons seriously wounded.

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Lone Star gets new foreign coach

The Liberia Football Association has picked a Belgium to coach the Lone Star of Liberia. Coach Tom Saintfiet is being assisted by a local coach Thomas Kojo.

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