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IE Thrashed BYC In Cellcom Knock-Out

By: Weah Ephraim Harris

Liberia’s sweetheart club, Invisible Eleven on Sunday whipped former Knockout Champion Barrack Young Controller (BYC) 1-0 to lift the Knockout trophy.

Both IE and BYC thrashed all comers from the start of the knockout that included 1st, 2nd, and premiership clubs.

BYC, a contender of the current  Cellcom premiership league, feilded her best legs against the a Invisible Eleven squad that went into the game with their technical staff serving suspensions.

Nana Isaac Gibson, son former of former Lone Star play maker Mark Gibson was excellent for IE in the middle as he supplied his forward Momo Saylee and Matthew Dede with numerous passes.

With brilliant ball control from BYC midfielder Silvestre, operated wide right where he delivered many through passes to no result as IE center defenders were all on time to stop BYC attempts.

Many fans of the yellow boys went to cheer  their team as they were playing better in  Knockout than the national league.

IE midfielder, Sennegbe Sanyon second half lone goal was enough to land the trophy in the Yellow Boys camp.

The club is focus on winning her remaining league matches to avoid relegation at the end of the season.

Reports state, Coach Lee is close to returning to the coaching line for the club after serving his administrative suspension.