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|Homage: BYC Honor Officials, Players During Awards Banquet||| Print ||
|Written by A.Macaulay Sombai, macaulay.somba@gmaili or 0777217428|
|Saturday, 08 December 2012 00:00|
Monrovia - Barrack Young Controllers Saturday paid homage to several officials, coaches and members of the technical staff and players of both first and premier division’s side BYC II and BYC for the experience and professional manner in which they participated in the 2011/2012 Liberia Football Association (LFA) national leagues.
BYC award banquet was held at the Monrovia City Hall during which time the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the BYC families Mr. Robert Sirleaf described the team’s feat as a privilege to play for BYC and not a right.
Mr. Sirleaf extended thanks to member of his office staffs for their numerous contributions which led to the successful completion of the program.
“We started supporting BYC FC three years ago and today you can see for yourselves that it is not right but the privileged to play for BYC FC and I urged you not to misuse this privilege,” Mr. Sirleaf.
Those honored and certificated included midfielder Benjamin Gbamy and Prince Saydee of BYC II and BYC as rookies of the year 2011, 2012 respectively. Junior Barshall and Malachi D. Roker of BYC II and BYC won the iron men awards.
Claudius Morris of BYC and Wilson Sayouh of BYC II walked away with the most improve player awards while Lamane Jabateh of BYC and Cammue Tummamie of BYC II received the best attitude awards. The most Valuable Player awards went to Teah Dennis of BYC and Prince Jeatoe of BYC II.
BYC FC ended the at third position on the premiership table while BYC II finished fifth but captured the knock-out championship after a 1-0 win over premiership side Watanga FC.
Meanwhile the acting Secretary General of the LFA, who represented his association at the program, said the involvement of Mr. Sirleaf in to Liberian football is today showing to the country and its people that the country is on the right path in the development of the game.
Alphonso Armah said Mr. Sirleaf promised to help move the game forward during camping time and he has continued to do exactly what he promised his people when he needed their support.
“All of the political leaders who were elected during the just-ended general and Presidential elections all of their political massages were delivered to the people through football tournaments as a unifying force but today they all have neglected the game but Mr. Sirleaf has continued to support the game and I hoped that he will continue his kind gesture,” Said Armah.
|Last Updated on Monday, 10 December 2012 12:05|