Liberia: Goalkeeper Bayoh Leaves for Brunei Friday


Monrovia – The towering shot-stopper of Liberia’s darling club, Invincible Eleven (IE); Sekou Bayoh, is expected to leave the country this Friday for Brunei upon the invitation of elite club DPMM FC.

The reliable gloves man is going on a 10-day trial which was arranged by the Sports to Develop Underprivileged (SDU) PROMO, a reputed organization founded in 2005 that has been involved with worthy projects in improving the lives of young boys and girls.

By: Christopher C. Walker

It can be recollected that SDU PROMO initiated the program to enable young Liberian boys and girls to participate in the Homeless World Cup twice in South Africa and Denmark in a mixed tournament, comprising boys girls in the same team. The organization have since engaged in a plethora of projects in health, education, players promotion among others.

The move to Brunei by the yellow boys’ goalkeeper Sekou Bayoh, is the beginning of more players moving to Europe in this transfer window as many players from Liberia and other countries are already on the radar of SDU PROMO.

Bayoh is currently under the management of SDU as the club DPMM FC will cover his entire trip-flying by Air Maroc to Casablanca- Dubai-Singapore and then taking Brunei Air for his final destination. If the goalkeeper is successful after the ten days trial, he will be offered a hefty contract by the club.

The Duli Pengiran Mudi Makhota Football Club

(His Royal Highness the Crown Prince of Brunei Football Club), in English known as DPMM FC) is a professional football club based in Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei.

The club will this season play in the Singaporean Super League and the Asian club championship, a great opportunity for the outstanding  goalkeeper Sekou Bayoh to embark upon a new chapter in his career.