Goalkeeper Emmanuel Deanneh

Deanneh Not Troubled by Difficult Start

The national U-20 goalie Emmanuel Deanneh, who made his national team debut, losing 2-0 to their Guinean counterpart in the 2017 Africa Under-20 Qualifiers last Sunday at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium has refused to allow the loss to dampen his career and has vowed to make a difference.

The Nimba United goalkeeper said he is not bothered by the two goals he conceded and expressed optimism that the future still looks bright for him.

Quincy B and Christoph the Change-new opportunity

BYC Signs Quincy B, Christoph to Promote Elite Club

BYC Football has signed two of Liberia's musical talents: Quincy Burrowes (Quincy B) and Christopher Nyenga (Christoph the Change) to multi monthly-annual agreements where the rising rapper-artists will be the face of BYC Football with music. No financial terms will be disclosed and all terms are confidential per the artists’ request, a press release said yesterday.

Jr. Lone Star Bows 2-0 to Guinea

Liberia’s hope to qualify the preliminary stage of the African Youth Championship scheduled to take place in Zambia in 2017 was desperately dampened yesterday at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium when Guinea defeated Liberia 2-0.

The more prepared boys of Guinea humiliated the younger red, white and blue shirted boys with two spectacular goals from Amollah Sella in both halves of the match which were sufficient to bury the junior national team and Liberians’ expectations.

Solomon Grimes, acting national team skipper, commends Cellcom for its support to Liberian football development

National Team Commends Cellcom for Support

The Liberia national team on Wednesday, March 30 visited the headquarters of Cellcom Telecommunications to thank the GSM for its ongoing support of the team, which was instrumental in its major victory over Djibouti.

The special thank you event was held at the Cellcom headquarters on the Capitol Bypass and was attended by the President of the Liberia Football Association (LFA), Musa Bility, the full national team, as well as officials and executives of Cellcom.

Liberia’s Chef de Mission Malcolm Joseph displayed sample of delegates’ shirt and Deputy Sports Minister Henry B. Yonton, Jr.

LNOC Wants US$151,000 for Brazil Olympics

The Liberia National Olympic Committee (LNOC) has announced the submission of US$151,000.00 financial budget to the Ministry of Youth and Sports for the 2016 Brazil Olympics.

The LNOC made the formal disclosure yesterday at a local resort after an executive committee meeting, chaired by President Philipbert Browne, with Deputy Sports Minister Henry B. Yonton Jr., representing the Ministry of Youth and Sports.


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