Topic: Sports

BYC FC (Liberia) Defeats Asante Kotoko (Ghana) 1-0 in CAF Champions League

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Liberia’s BYC FC on Sunday whipped and silence thousands of fans after they nailed Ghana ‘s rock Asante Kotoko FC 1-0 at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia, thus eliminating the Ghana’s Premier League leaders and 2013 National champions from the competition. Barrack Young Controllers (alias BYC Football) of Liberia will now advance to the next stage of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) 2014 African Champions League completion. After falling to the Porcupine warriors in Kumasi a Fortnight ago the return leg in Monrovia produced the result needed to advance in the continental competition. Barrack Young Controller FC got... Continue Reading

“Thank you to all supporters and the media” says BYC President

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Peterking Quaye/Monrovia-Liberia: President of Barack Young Controllers, Hon. Sekou Konneh has expressed his heartfelt thanks and appreciation to Liberia sports lovers and supporter who turned out in huge numbers for the ATS on Lynch street to see to it that Ghana’s historic team crush out of the competition. He was speaking at the BYC Football Meet-the-Press event, held today February 18, 2014. Speaking at the Meet-the–Press event hosted by BYC Football at the Liberia FA Headquarter on Benson Street, in Monrovia, Hon. Konneh, could not hide his joy of the victory but to appreciate all Liberia who turned out from... Continue Reading

CAF warns affiliates over licenses-Liberian clubs at risk?

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The Confederation of African Football has warned its affiliates, including Liberian FA, that clubs that do not meet minimum requirements under the Club Licensing system risk being banned from taking part in the Champions League and Confederation Cup tournament next year. The resolution was made at the CAF Executive Committee held in Cairo at the weekend. The Club Licensing System was formulated by FIFA at their Congress in Munich in 2006, and is aimed at giving the game a more professional outlook. Liberia football in recent time has come under sever criticism with mainly fan calling for the change of administration... Continue Reading

Meet the German based African Female Boxer Bintou Yawa Schmill aka “The Voice”

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African ladies are otherwise commonly known for other things than Boxing, except for this one who is changing and making a different story. Ms. Bintou Yawa Schmill is a 28 years old woman and a totally black African breed, 1.71m from Togo but based in Germany. She started her boxing career at a very tender age and now something she did as an amateur has become a success story. She has wickedly and mercilessly punched competitors winning 24 fights and drawing two in the 64Kg welterweight category. Her history shows that since 2007 as professional boxer she has an unbeatable... Continue Reading