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LFA Topflight League:IE revenge against Jubilee, Nimba United hold Watanga, BYC beat MCB
The Liberia Football Association (LFA) Topflight championship chase continued Thursday in Group A with Invincible Eleven (IE) grabbing a retribution win over ‘Church Boys” Jubilee FC, while Barrack Young Controller (BYC) stormed Monrovia Club Breweries at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS) and Nimba United held hostsWatanga at the Nancy B Doe Sports pitch in Kakata, Margibi County
U20Female Lone Star off to Nigeria
A twenty-three man Lady Lone Star delegation headed by the Liberia Football Association Communications Director, Henry Flomo left for Nigeria last night to honor the second leg of their FIFA 2016 U-20 World Cup qualifier.
Nimely joins MB Breweries on loan
The controversial striker has reportedly returned to the Borough of New Kru Town to reunite with his boyhood club Monrovia Club Breweries on a half season loan deal.
Fassell dump Oilers, LISCR escape Aries
Gabriel Johns’ men were buried 5-0 by high flying FC Fassell, while LISCR FC took all three points despite Aries FC putting up a determinedperformance on Wednesday in the kickoff of the second phase of the Liberia Football Association (LFA) topflight League.

The experience Barrack Young Controller (BYC) Goalkeeper has been flown to Ghana to process his visa to India in order to seek medication after sustaining a major-injury last weekend in the Liberia National Team hotel lobby on the Roberts Field Highway in Margibi County.
Head coach James Debbah said the midfielder remains an integral part of his plan and clarified that the decision not to use Sekou Jabateh against Tunisia on Saturday was tactical.
Former Nimba FC attacker, Sam Johnson, put up a master-class performance against the Tunisians despite being placed in the heart of midfield as compare to playing his preferred central forward role.
The Cartilage Eagles Head Coach has admitted that Liberia were the better side in Saturday’s 2017 Afcon qualifier and thinks his side has got more work to do in order to stay in contention.
Head coach James Debbah said the midfielder remains an integral part of his plan and clarified that the decision not to use Sekou Jabateh against Tunisia on Saturday was tactical.
Former Nimba FC attacker, Sam Johnson, put up a master-class performance against the Tunisians despite being placed in the heart of midfield as compare to playing his preferred central forward role.
The duos were recently released by SC Maritimo and CSKA Moscow and are reportedly hanging around Europe in search of new contracts.
The Es Viry Chatillon midfielder was along with Dioh Williams, Patrick Ronaldingo Wleh, Kpah Sherman omitted from the Lone Star squad that is expected to face Tunisia on September 4, 2015, Coach James Debbah’s reported listing has revealed.
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