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Friday, 25 August 2017 14:39

LFA Must do the Right Thing

Wleh Bedell is the founder of the Liberia Football Players Association (LIFOPA), an analyst, pundit, writer who is currently writing his first book on Liberian football. Mr. Bedell is described by some as a critic, the walking encyclopedia of Liberian football for his in-depth knowledge of the country’s football. Bedell worked as a reporter and editor of www.liberiansoccer.com, also, as Assistant Secretary General of the Sports Writers association of Liberia (SWAL), and Public Relations Officer at the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company (LPRC). As a commentator, over the years he has worked for several newspapers and online magazines. The football analyst is also a certificated Coach and has for the past 13 years promoted more Liberian players to clubs outside the country, besides George Weah. His critical stance on the Lone Stars, Liberia’s national football team, and his write-ups on the way forward for the country’s football development program hence, his respect and advocacy for players’ welfare has won him many admirers in and out of the country.


By Wleh Bedell


Another football season is over and despite the acrimony that surrounded a PROEST saga which led to FC Fassell losing 12 points after the Liberia Football Association (LFA) ruled into a protest filed by LISCR against three players of Fassell who were ineligible after receiving cards in previous matches, but were fielded in subsequent matches which from all indication was an act of cheating, something inimical to Fair play and the growth of the game. Players Jeremy Saygbay, John Jasay and Alvin MCcornel were the players in question per the protest filed by LISCR on June 17. 

After weeks of meticulously looking into the matter, the FA Grievance committee ruled in favor of LISCR as Fassell had 12 points deducted from them with the likes of Mighty Barrolle, Jubilee and Keitrace all benefitting points with LISCR being catapulted to the top of the tree and despite an APPEAL from the Soccer Missionaries as Fassell are fondly known, the LFA held on to its earlier decision of 12 points deduction from Fassell.

The People's team are LISCR are nicknamed have cruised as champions after a hectic season.


With the protest saga over and Fassell denied their first top flight crown because of their own negligence by fielding ineligible players, there is another crucial issue which has to do with a complaint filed by LPRC Oilers against one of the three players LISCR filed a protest against.

Player Alvin MCcornel, a mainstay for Fassell, a regular fixture, defensive linchpin and defense ace for FC Fassell is the one in question as the Oilers have filed a protest against his club for fielding him despite being ineligible. On July 2, 2017.

Player MCcornel featured for Fassell against LPRC Oilers in the latter 1-0 loss at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS). However, according to documents in the form of the LFA Cards Tally Sheet, MCcornel should not have being featured in such a duel as he was illigitimate after receiving a straight red card by referee George Rogers on April 23, 2017 at the ATS in which Fassell lost 3-2.

As per the rules, after receiving a straight red card, player MCcornel should have missed the next three games. But, the player only missed the first match against LISCR. Instead of missing the next two matches involving Mighty Barrolle and Barrack Young Controllers (BYC), the club managed to bend the rules and engaged in cheating by fielding the player and they even went further by featuring player MCcornel against Keitrace and Oilers which simply means Fassell had no respect for the rules, and promoted the devilish act of cheating in their desperation to win at all cost.

 See matches Fassell was involved in after MCcornel was red carded in the match with Nimba United on April 23, 2017.


May 14, 2017: Fassell vs LISCR ( Did not Feature)


May 31, 2017: Barrolle vs Fassell ( Featured)


June 11, 2017: Fassell vs BYC ( Featured)


June 19, 2017: Jubilee vs Fassell ( Featured)


June 24, 2017: Keitrace vs Fassell ( Featured)


July 2, 2017: Fassell vs Oilers ( Featured)


Thus, this is proof that MCcornel was illegitimate when he featured against the Oilers. It can be recalled that the likes of Barrolle, Keitrace and Jubilee all received points as a result of Fassell 12 points deduction for fielding illegitimate players against them.

The major question is how come the Oilers did not benefit from the protest also since MCcornel was not legal when he featured against them. The FA noted that "by the time LISCR were filing the protest,  the match Fassell, Oilers had not being played".

The Oilers have since gone on to file a COMPLAINT, specifically on July 21, 19 days after their match with Fassell with the required fees in filing a complaint paid.


The LFA is therefore under serious scrutiny as sources at the LFA say just like LISCR that provided the Card Tally Sheet as evidence of their protest, the Oilers submitted same and connoisseurs are wondering as to what the outcome of the complaint by Oilers would be as both teams provided the same documents as evidence as per information from sources at the LFA. If the Oilers will not win the complaint which would raise eye brows and spark controversy, then there will be serious questions yearning for answers as to how LISCR won their protest filed when both clubs evidences was to just be compared to the FA game sheets as it relates to the matches in question.


If the evidence provided by Oilers is anything to go by and cannot win the complaint then it may seem that the protest won by LISCR was gimmick, theatric, pseudo, fake and in fact a movie.

The facts are there and the FA is under the spotlight. The LFA must therefore do the right thing unorder not to impugn its image with a decision to rob the Oilers of three points in the midst of glaring evidence.

It would surmise that the FA  is inconsistent, contradicted itself in curbing cheating and will be shooting itself in the foot !

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Published in LFA League
Tuesday, 22 August 2017 01:29

Lone Star Begins Preparation for WAFU



Following its exit from the 2018 African Nations Championship qualifiers after a 1-2 aggregate defeat against Mauritania, the Lone Star will today kickstart preparations for its next tournament, the West African Football Union Nations Cup slated for September in Ghana. Liberia’s Lone Star was paired against the Teranga Lions of Senegal in Group B during the FOX Sports sponsored tournament draw held in Ghana on July 28, 2017.


According to the team’s technical department, in collaboration with the technical staff of the Liberia Football Association, 22 players comprising local and out-of-contract foreign based players will commence training at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium. Local players listed by the department include goalkeepers Abdulai Koulibaly of Monrovia Club Breweries and Tommy Songo of LISCR FC. Defenders include Aloysius S. Simujla, Nuwo Johnson and Alvin McConnell, all from FC Fassel; Carlos Williams and Malacar Cooper of Watanga FC; and Kemoh Kamara of BYC. Others include Prince Balde of Monrovia Club Breweries and LISCR FC’s Richard Lloyd.


Other local players called up include BYC’s outstanding forward David Teklo Tweh, John Jaysay, James P. Walatee and Terrence Tisdell, all of FC Fassel; Watanga FC’s forward Kelvin Potis and the 2016/2017 league season’s top goal scorer in all competitions, Amadiah Kawah of Keitrace FC. The rest of the local based players include strikers Van Dave Harmon and Mark Paye of BYC, LISCR FC’s Christopher Jackson and Mustapha Lomell of Nimba United. International players that are currently out of contract invited to justify for the team include Marcus Macaulay, Sekou Jabeteh, Isaac Pupo and Solomon Grimes.


The team will need a win against Senegal in its first match to secure a spot in the group stage of the tournament.

Published in Lonestar News
Thursday, 17 August 2017 16:58

Oscar Dorley Continues Impressive Form

Scores as FK Tarkai trash FK Utenis Utena 4-0

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The Lithuanian league is a tough league where eight teams play up to 28 rounds, with each team playing its opponents four times in a single season. Currently, there is only one Liberian player, Murphy Oscar Dorley, plying his soccer career in this league, after signing a three-and-a-half year contract with FK Tarkai in July 2016. Since scoring his three goals for the club during his debut season, midfielder Dorley’s performance in the Lithuanian league continue to trend the right path as the young midfielder continue to record his name on the team’s score sheet.

Though the main functions of a midfielder involve creating goals and disrupting opposing team players, midfielder Dorley continues to create and score goals. Following his last four goals in three consecutive league games back in May, the 19-year-old returned to the scoring sheet yesterday after scoring in FK Tarkai’s 4-0 win over FK Utenis Utena. The former Monrovia Club Breweries midfielder slotted home his fifth league goal in the 56th minute to help his side secure comprehensive victory, with his side remaining in the second position on the league table.

FK Tarkai  is now has 41 points out of 21 matches; six points behind the league leaders Zalgiris.

With the team’s top goal scorer Maksim Maksimov topping the chat with 10 goals, the Liberian international midfielder is the second top goal scorer with 5 goals. He was awarded the Most Valuable Player award after helping his side to finish in the second position last season. The 19-year-old has so far scored nine goals in all competitions for the Lithuanian club

Thursday, 17 August 2017 16:55

Round Up of Liberian Players Abroad


Several Liberian players were over the weekend in action abroad for their respective clubs.

In South Africa, Anthony Laffor’s Mamelodi Sundowns were booted out in the quarter finals of the MTN8 Cup following a 1-0 defeat against Maritzburg United FC after Zimbabwean attacker Evans Rusike slotted home the lone goal in the 58th minute. Forward Laffor started from the substitution bench in the 60th minute, but the 32-year-old’s involvement did not narrow the 1-0 score margin. Sundowns will return to action on August 19 against Super Sports United to kickstart the 2017/2017 Premier Soccer League campaign.

In Turkey, Tonia Tisdell returned to action after several months of absence from the playing pitch. But, the attacker’s return on Sunday was marked by a nightmare after he was awarded a red card in the 89th minute, less than 15 minutes after he was introduced in the 75th minute.

In Lithuania, midfielder Oscar Dorley featured for the full 90 minutes in Trakai FK’s 2-2 draw with Žalgiris over the weekend; making his 32nd appearance since joining the club in 2016.
The 19-year-old midfielder has so far scored five goals out of 17 appearances since he joined the club in 2017. The young midfielder is expected to feature for the club’s next match tomorrow when they go against Utenis Utena.

In Russia, 18-year-old forward Sylvanus Nimely came off the bench with less than three minutes to the end of the game in Spartak Moscow II’s 3-1 win over Zenit II in the Russian Football National League. The forward has been featured in the last three matches in both Spartak Moscow I and II.



By Paul Nicholson

August 15 – In what looks like a further attempt to clean house of dissenting voices within the federation, the Liberian FA (LFA) has suspended its legal director Benedict Yarsiah “with immediate effect without pay, for time indefinite, pending an investigation.”

The specific charges against Yarsiah are unclear though he is “accused of a significant breach of ethics, as well as dissemination of sensitive and confidential information to the general public.”

By suspending Yarsiah without pay the LFA is acting as judge and jury with the concept of ‘innocent until proven guilty’ having been abandoned. The open-ended timescale is of particular concern and endemic of a federation that appears to manage its affairs for the personal benefit of individuals rather than the sport.

The Liberian FA (LFA) and its president Musa Hassan Bility (pictured far right) have been accused by stakeholders of multiple counts of misappropriation of LFA funds. Staff have gone unpaid, some for as long as a year, clubs have not received grants or prize money, referees have not been paid, competitions have been cancelled or reduced, and the LFA has been accused of issuing fake invoices and double accounting. A forensic audit has been requested but FIFA has to date ignored all requests.

The growing public awareness of the situation is embarrassing for FIFA’s executive and particularly its general secretary Fatma Samoura and president Gianni Infantino who have been repeatedly made aware of the situation but have refused to contact stakeholders and act on the issues raised.

Bility, who has been a powerful supporter of Infantino and rallying support for his causes in Africa, has boasted that he can do anything and is protected by his relationship with FIFA’s president.

However, not everything has gone Bility and Infantino’s way. Most recently CAS overturned an LFA decision to eject Rochell Woodson from their executive committee while she was on maternity leave. Woodson has been an outspoken critic of the Bility regime and Liberian football injustice. Bility has been forced to accept that judgement.

Yarsiah’s letter of suspension refers him “to the office of the president” if he has any questions. His suspension allows him to attend football matches but not to enter the playing area.

Interpol issues warrant for Bility

The LFA’s financial troubles look to be wrapped up in Bility’s own financial lifestyle and issues.

A report in the New Democrat Liberia newspaper says that Interpol has issued an arrest warrant against Bility for his extradition to Nigeria in connection with an alleged $2.4 million criminal transaction.
Bility is being sued in Nigerian by Kunle Roberts for issuing false cheques in a multimillion dollar petrol deal. Roberts’ company Drake Alliance Oil Trading FZE reached an agreement with Bility’s Nexis Enterprise Inc. and Srimex Oil and Gas for the shipment of petroleum products for Bility’s companies in Liberia.

Bility didn’t pay the $2.4 million fee though took delivery of the oil shipment. As part of a renegotiated agreement Bility agreed to pay in instalments but then started issuing cheques that bounced.
Interpol-Abuja alerted Interpol Liberia, Monrovia, and a warrant of arrest was issued via an INTERPOL Red notice No.2017/134358.

FIFA are likely aware of these issues as they prevented Bility from running for the FIFA presidency in 2015. Bility subsequently switched his allegiance to Jordanian Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein, and then to Infantino.

Since then Bility has rewarded with his election to the executive committee of the African Football Confederation (CAF) this year in the elections that saw the end of Issa Hayatou’s regime and the ushering in of a new cabal of football executives in Africa with Ahmad Ahmad as the new president of CAF.

Bility has a high political profile in Liberia having resigned from the ruling Unity party and taken a position with the opposition Liberty Party where he is running the presidential campaign of Charles Walker Brumskine. Ironcially Brumskine has been standing on an anti-corruption platform. Bility is believed to have escaped arrest by travelling on a diplomatic passport.

Despite all of this he appears to be very much FIFA’s man on the ground in Liberia.

Contact the writer of this story at moc.llabtoofdlrowedisni@noslohcin.luap

Published in LFA League
Monday, 14 August 2017 13:18

LISCR Becomes Double Champions

LISCR forward yells for victory after the final whistle

Wins FA Cup

By Anthony Kokoi

Tapha Manneh secured his record fifth FA Cup final win after LISCR FC comprehensively defeated ELWA United 3-0 yesterday at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium to complete its double champions status in the 2016/2017 Liberia Football Association National League. Midfielder Stephen Seameh slotted home the opener in the 23rd minute after perfectly sending in a rebound with a brilliant right-foot strike from inside the penalty area, before forward Edward Ledlum came off the bench to double the Shipping Boys’ lead midway through the second half. With still more time left to play in the second half, Sekou Sherriff finally secured the victory for coach Manneh in the 77th minute after scoring his fourth free kick in the knockout. LISCR got the free kick after midfielder Allen Njie was brought down right at the edge of the box.

LISCR players celebrate after midfielder Stephen Seameh got the opening goal.

LISCR, outstanding throughout, kept its focus of winning the knockout title having outlined the competition as its major target of the season. Despite drawing their two previous meetings in the championship, ELWA United proved to be a weaker opponent with less attempts on goal. The team looked satisfied with its automatic qualification to represent Liberia at the CAF Confederation Cup as runners-up of the FA Cup due to LISCR winning the championship. That makes the team Liberia’s representative at next year CAF Champions League.

Manneh and his substitute players jumped with joy at the final whistle, having achieved such a milestone for the Shipping Boys and the Liberian league – his record fifth FA Cup title out of seven finals.

Published in LFA League
Monday, 14 August 2017 12:40

LFA Must Show Transparency




By Wleh Bedell

The Liberia Football Association   (LFA) 2017 national league is over with LISCR FC emerging as champions, courtesy of a 12 point deduction from FC Fassell after investigation by the LFA Grievance Committee ruled in favor of LISCR that filed a protest against FC Fassel Though they LISCR did not benefit from points deducted from Fassell directly, the fact that they were in second spot behind the then league leaders made things relatively easy for them as the catapulted to the top of the tree to win the championship.


The season was not without controversy as the protest that led to 12 points deduction from Fassell sparked huge debate as there were contrasting views on the matter, but with the rules being the rules, the pendulum turned in LISCR favor and are now the new champions of the LFA elite league.


LISCR had filed a protest against three players of FC Fassell; Jeremy Sengbe, John Jasay and Alvin Mcornel who according to the communication from LISCR to the FA failed to serve suspension as a result of cards received in previous matches. And with the league raging on and connoisseurs giving their views on the issue, there were many itching to know the outcome of such protest. To prove their case, the shipping boys LISCR produced the cards tally sheet from the Liberia Football Association. In the end, Fassell FC lost 12 points and LISCR got such salient document should not really be the cardinal issue as in the end, Fassell were ruled against by the FA with only player Sengbe at the apex or crux of the ruling from the local football house.  Fassell later took an APPEAL contesting the ruling, but it soon went in oblivion for ecstasy to be in the camp of LISCR as they won their third top flight crown, their first in four years.


But, while the champions are now known after months of bickering which even led Fassell to declare themselves as champions after walking away with free three points due to relegated outfit ELWA not showing up for their final match. The FA though which has the final saying declared LISCR  as champions.


The championship saga is over but another issue seems to be looming which could spark controversy and bring the LFA under the spotlight. This has to do with LPRC Oilers COMPLAINT filed on July 20 against FC Fassell for fielding an illegitimate player, Alvin MCcornel against them on July 2, at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in a match Oilers lost 1-0. The Oilers as per the league table at the end of the season are placed in tenth place which is an indication they are in the relegation zone and as it stands as they are one of three teams to be dropped to the Second Division.


 However, judging from the protest filed by LISCR which they won submitting the LFA Cards Tally Sheet to authenticate their claim, is just the same sheet the Oilers also have and have since submitted same to the LFA to verify their claim also.

On the sheet, it is glaring that FC Fassell engaged in cheating as they fielded player MCcornel who was serving a three game ban.

It can be recollected that on April 23, 2017, MCcornel received a straight red card in his side 3-2 loss to Nimba United at the ATS. Thus, he was suspended for the next three games as per the rules of the LFA league relative to a player receiving a straight red card. MCcornel missed the next match against LISCR on May 14, was surprisingly fielded in the next match against Barrolle, May 31, Fassell  vs Barrack Young Controllers ( BYC), June 11, Jubilee vs Fassell, June 19, Fassell vs Keitrace, June 24 and Fassell vs Oilers on July 2, 2017. Thus, just like LISCR, the Oilers claims are genuine and if LISCR won a protest based on evidence of the LFA own cards tally sheet, then the COMPLAINT must be ruled in the Oilers favor in getting three points.


This means, Mighty Barrolle who ended the league with two points above the Oilers as a result of benefitting from three points from the LISCR protest that caused a 12 point deduction from Fassell will be relegated with the Oilers restoring parity on the log to move to ninth place with a point over the Rollers. The Oilers after securing a solitary goal win against Barrolle on July 24, left the relegation zone with a point over their opponents, but the three points received from the mammoth 12 points deducted from Fassell has placed them above the Oil boys.


Indeed, this is a litmus test for the LFA and if the Oilers cannot  win the complaint, then the local football house must reverse its decision and declare FC Fassell as champions of 2017.


An attempt to deprive the Oilers three points in the midst of key evidence will be described as a football faux pas, one of sheer absurdity, the raising of eyebrows, sparking of controversy, a shame, football witch hunt and a very inconsistent nature.

The Oilers no doubt deserve a top flight stay and the LFA must be intrepid in ensuring the Oilers win the Complaint as the evidence is clear as a sunny day.


Published in LFA League
Thursday, 10 August 2017 14:02

LISCR Wins LFA 1st Division Championship



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The Liberia Football Assiciation 1st Division League ended in style yesterday after LISCR FC ended the season unbeaten following its 1-1 draw against Keitrace FC.

Yesterday’s draw was the Shipping Boys 12th out of 22 league matches that crowned them champions of the 2016/2017 season.

Keitrace outstanding forward Amadiah Kawah put the visitors in front in the 40th minute when he directed a low cross into the back of the net.  The goal was the forwards 18th of the season in all competitions. However, LISCR later in the 45th minute gave a perfect replied after former Barrack Young Controllers’ striker Trokon Myers flipped in forward Edward Ledlum long cross that was earlier intercepted by striker Christopher Jackson.

With just a point needed to become champions, Coach Tapha Manneh’s side kept the visitors on their feet. Striker Myers during the opening minutes got a clear opportunity to put the league leaders ahead, but failed to convert the opportunity.

Keitrace tried to upset the leaders by threatening their defense. The match was played between the two sides also anticipating the result between former champions BYC and LPRC Oilers at the Blue Field.

BYC was hoping for Keitrace to secure a win while also fighting for a win against Oilers. But the Go Blue Boys struggled at their home grounds for a win against their opponents.

The match ended in a goalless draw that witnessed the Oil tankers boys tasting relegation for the first time.

Having won this year’s championship, neither a trophy nor an end-of-season campaign was hosted at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium.

In the other result in Kakata, Mighty Barrolle survived relegation after a one-all draw against Monrovia Club Breweries. Already relegated Invincible Eleven ended their campaign in the First division with a 3-1 win over the “Church Boys” of Jubilee.

At the North Star Sports pitch in Mount Barclay, despite playing with nine players throughout the match, Nimba United defeated Watanga FC to end its 2016/2017 campaign.

Meanwhile, there are reports that the Soccer Missionaries, FC Fassel has filed an appeal against the 12 points deduction after they were found guilty of a complaint filed by rivals LISCR FC, but there has not been any official statement regarding the appeal from the FA.


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TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 2017: The Liberia Football Association has accepted the ruling of the Court of Arbitration for Sports concerning former Executive Committee member Rochell Woodson.

CAS has ruled against the LFA in a complaint filed by Ms.Woodson.

The LFA in a release said the Executive Committee has received the ruling, reviewed it and as per the content of the ruling, she will be reinstated to the Executive Committee.

The LFA will also be responsible for the legal fees incurred by her.

The leadership of the LFA has no intention to take to matter forward and respects the decision of the court.


It can be recalled that The decision to suspend Ms Woodson was reached at the 21st ordinary congress on December 27 following a proposal by LISCR FC President Mustapha Raji.

Raji petitioned congress to take action on the long absence without leave (AWOL) by Woodson and Kuoh in keeping with article 47.2 of the LFA 2014 statutes.

It says the positions of the Vice Presidents and other members of the executive committee will be considered vacant in case of death, resignation, or permanent disability or if the vice Presidents and other members of the executive committee do not participate in four consecutive regular meetings.


There were 33 votes in favor of the motion to suspend Kuoh, none against and three in abstentions while 35 voted to expel Woodson, three against and no abstention


Ms Woodson appealed her suspension to the Court of Arbitration for Sports ( CAS) with has ruled in her favor


See : LFA expelled Rochelle Woodson..suspend VPO Kouh

Published in LFA League
Tuesday, 08 August 2017 00:20

IE Shined To Holt Liscr FC Celebrations


By Kolubah Zayzay‎

Liberian darling club Invincible Eleven IE denied LISCR FC their championship celebrations Saturday as the relegated side put up another splendid performance.

The yellow boys dominated LISCR FC in the first 20 minutes, missing couple of chances before finally taking the lead in the 27th minute.

LISCR FC fought harder and was blessed with a controversial penalty awarded by Referee Jerry Yekeh when LISCR FC attacker Chris Jackson fell on the IE defender in the eighteen box.

Chris Jackson leveled for LISCR from that penalty, but IE who were reduced to ten-men, put up a stronger fight in the second half to hold the shipping boys to a 1-1 draw.

The result means, LISCR FC stay at the top of the table on 41 points, that’s 3 points ahead of BYC.

LISCR FC will win the first division title with a draw against LPRC Oilers in their last match of the season if FC Fassell appeal against a 12 point deduction is not considered.

Though they are relegated already to the second division, Invincible Eleven seem to be getting on well with their performance.

The players on the team have improved their ball possessions and passing.

IE put up their best performance of the season to beat FC Fassell 2-0 last week just before the schedule with LISCR FC.

Bookmakers had predicted a 3-0 win for LISCR FC against IE who had been poor throughout the campaign.

Their recent improved performances of IE indicate that the players were put together couple of days to the start of the season.

Since Coach Samuel Sumo was named as Coach, the team’s showing has been improving steadily especially with the kind of players that were recruited.

IE fans can build hope on what they are seeing with the current team that the oldest club in Liberian Football will be back in the top flight with honor.

However, there are serious works that need to be done just before the next league season can start. Those include the recruitment or purchasing of real talents to play for IE. IE should not be a place for trying players. IE lovers and supporters will need to urgently assemble all of the resources to build a team for next season. But are there still fans and supporters of IE in Liberia or the World?

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