Mr. Musason, whose birthday was yesterday, and joyous members of PMS with their trophy

PMS FC Captures Musason Trophy

A select side representing PMS FC yesterday captured the Musason Trophy in a friendly soccer match at the Unity Conference Center sports pitch.

PMS FC defeated Lipoil 2-0 in a match that was filled with laughter and fun.

 PMS, representing gas stations, did not give their counterparts, Lipoil, gas distributors, any chance when they took the field by storm.

In their yellow outfit, PMS forced the green and white stripped Lipoil boys in their own half of the field but could not get any goal till the end of the first half. The trend did not change till the second half.

Muscat FC player ahead of a Kalu FC player in the last play-off finals

A Way Forward for Sports in 2014

After a review of sporting activities in the year 2013, one conclusion that can be drawn is that Liberian sports must do better.

True, Liberian sports can do better, and like all things that involve in the development of our country, there is a high optimism that Liberian sports can do better.

But to want to do better is a decision that we must take to be able to do better. But the most important aspect of the willingness to do better, in any event, involves positive actions we must take to do better.

The Liberia Football Association female soccer league has produced some exciting moments. In this action shot, is a who-gets-the-ball between Margaret Stewart of Senior Pro, (left) and Earth Angels’ midfielder Mercy, right in a recent match at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia.

Yahaya Mohammed of Kotoko

BYC squad

Can BYC Survive Kotoko Challenge?

What a challenge Robert Sirleaf! Now the first trial is out and his chargers are now paired against Ghana’s Porcupine Warriors, Asante Kotoko in the preliminary round match.

The first leg venue, of course will be at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in the Garden City of Kumasi. Please note that it is the very stadium that the Egyptian national team, The Pharaohs received the shock of their lives, when the Black Stars hammered them 6-1 in the recent 2014 World Cup two-leg decider.

Barrack Young Controllers and Asante Kotoko of Ghana

BYC vs. Asante Kotoko

Local champions, BYC will play Ghana’s Asante Kotoko in their Club Champions competition on February 7, 8, or 9 with the return leg on February 15, 16 or 17.

Red Lions will also take Gabon’s Canthez in the Mandela Cup in the same period.


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