BYC will face the Champions of Mozambique Ferroviario Beira on Sunday, March 12 in Beira, Mozambique.
BYC 28 person’s delegation is headed by Keitu Smith of the technical department at the Liberia Football Association (LFA).
The Go Blue Boys will transit in Accra (Ghana), and Nairobi (Kenya)before taking off for Harare, Zimbabwe, which is the closet major international (airport) city to Beira.
BYC is expected to drive 8 to 10 hours from Zimbabwe to Mozambique.
BYC eliminated Stade Malien 6-7on penalties to reach the second round and will be hoping to qualify for the Group Stage this season.
If the Liberian Champions are to qualified to the Group Stage, they will have to collect a point away and win at home on March 19 in Monrovia.
Speaking to reporters BYC head coach Copper Sannah said he’s hopeful of collecting a point away from home.
“We are determining to make history for Liberia but know that away games are very difficult; we will do our best.”
Ferroviario Beira qualified to the second round after defeating Zimamoto of the Comoros Island 3-0 during the second league of the first-round tie while the first leg ended 2-1 in favor of Zimamoto.
2 Prince Sumo. Jaiblai VP for Finance, BYC Inc.
3 Thomas S. Kojo Director of Football, BYC FC
4 Cooper Sannah Head Coach
5 Albert E. Sarweah Administrative Manager
6 Anthony Awi Trainer
7 Melvin P. Jerry Medic
8 Ben Beysolow Perry Keeper/Trainer
9 Christopher C. Walker Journalist
HEAD OF DELEGATION (LFA)
1 J. Keitu Smith LFA Delegate
1 Allengton Sembeh
2 Morris Tarr
3 Prince Jetoh
4 David T. Tweh, II
5 Sporo J. Somah
6 Hilton E. Varney
7 Mark Paye
8 Gideon G. Williams
9 Kemoh Kamara
10 James Kpoto
11 Van-Dave G. Harmon
12 Randy Zwanna Dukuly
13 Abdullah Yaya Bility
14 Sylvanus Morris
15 Koffa Dougbeh
16 Prince Kennedy
17 Solomon Yahweh
18 Prince Saydee