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Barrolle Getting Mighty Again

Liberia’s Second Oldest Football Club, Barrolle, appear to be getting back to their glorious days as the Rollers have turned themselves into a title chasing side.

The Red Boys, Saturday, came from a goal down to pin LPRC Oilers 3-1 at the Tusa Field, taking them to the top of the Liberia Football Association league table for the National First Division, bringing long time table leaders, the Liberia Shipping and Cooperate Registry Football Club (LISCR) to the second spot. 

Teenage midfielder, Nush Zohn, had a hand again in the Rollers’ victory, as he now sits at the top of the first division scoring log with 9 goals to his credit.

Both Barrolle and LISCR FC are level on 23 points after ten matches.

Barrolle have won 7 of those ten fixtures, drawing against Watanga FC and Global Phalma, with their only defeat this season coming at the hands of LISCR FC.

Though the season still has a long way to its conclusion, the Rollers, with lots of young talents, have already made a statement of intent to win their first league title since the 2010/2011 season.

Coach Christian Mehn, who was recently entrusted with the head coach position of the Red Boys, seems to be turning the fortune of the Rollers.

He told reporters recently that Barrolle can regain its status in Liberian football beginning this season, with their fans showing up for games and lending other forms of support to the team.

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