BYC Trash Almighty FC 7-0


Monrovia – Barrack Young Controller highlighted their credentials as defending champions and title contenders with an emphatic win over newcomers Almighty FC.

Focus prior to the game had been on the champions 1-1 draw at home to Sandi FC on the opening day of the second division league but once play got underway, BYC II attacking prowess took center stage.

Newly promoted Almighty FC was no match for the defending champions on Saturday, December 7, 2019 match as she was defenseless in stopping BYC from scoring seven goals which has sent out signals that the ‘Go Blue Boys’ are ready for promotion.

After half an hour of play, Mark Gibson’s goal put the Blues ahead before Daniel Toe, Tony Shilley and Gibson struck to end the first half that was dominated by the home side 4-0.

Back from the dressing room, Toe got his brace in the 60th minute and Shilley completed a hat-trick of brace for BYC II in the 65th minute before substitute Alviro Allision swept home a seventh.

The win, is BYC II and the second division biggest so far and moved them up to sixth in the table, while Almighty dropped to the ninth place. 

It was an impressive attacking display from Mouctarr Fofan’s side as they produced last season against a side they have met six times in less than three months with BYC winning five and drawing one.

The Blue set to continue their dominance on home soil this season – they have not lost a game from preseason up to the league at the Blue Field.

In fact, they have not lost at their own ground in the league since they were beaten 1-0 by Nimba Kwado last season.

In other matches, Jai FC lost to Margibi-based club Tony FC 3-0 at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium.

In the second game of the day the Church boys, Jubilee FC, continue their perfect start of the season with a hard fought 3-2 victory of executive committee member Mamie Kpoto’s Kietrace FC.

Jubilee FC continued her consistency by winning two out of two.

Regardless of being a goal down and also a man down due to a red card shown to the match opener scorers Ransom Gee, Bishop Klayee’s boys fought hard to clinch a win from a 25-meter drive from veteran Trokon Zeopugar that ended the match 3-2.

Buchanan, Grand Bassa

FC Fassell and Stages FC settled to a 1-1 draw after Stages took an early-minute lead.

Both clubs were beaten on match day one as the result seems to be the best for both clubs.

Kakata, Margibi

Junior Pro’s last season struggle continues with another defeat to Mighty Blue Angels who won 3-1.

Coach Varmah Kpoto’s boys, who were relegated last season to the 3rd division but bought space to remain in the second division, are yet to get a point from her two matches played.

In the second match of the day, Coach Jerry Anderson’s Gardnerville FC remains the club with two clean sheets from two matches played.

Gardnerville FC defeated Sandi FC 1-0

Yekepa, Nimba County

Heaven 11 continue to make use of her home ground by defeating Muscat FC 1-0