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BYC Pardons players Harmon and Wesseh

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players Wesseh and Harmon
players Wesseh and Harmon

MONROVIA, LIBERIA-Barrack Young Controllers’ Management has pardoned two players the club suspended in March this year.

Players Cyrus Harmon and Dennis Wesseh were both suspended for ninety days, respectively without pay after the players allegedly attempted escaping from the BYC II delegation in Morocco.

The incident occurred early March, 2016 in the Moroccan City of Marrakech, where the Liberian Second Division Club had gone to honor their first leg of the CAF Confederation Cup’s Preliminary, a game BYC II lost 3-0.

After serving the suspension for 53 days, BYC, in a statement, said it was lifting the players' suspension, because they have shown good attitude while undergoing the suspension.

The Club's Executive Committee members said: " The lifting of the players’ suspension should in no way be seen as weakness on the part of the BYC family, but a lesson to other young footballers."

" Cyrus Harmon and Dennis Wesseh are now free to return to training along with their teammates. Players Harmon and Wesseh were barred also from training with the club or other clubs competing in any LFA Competitions," they emphasized.

The two players’ suspensions were due to  be expired June 17, 2016.Meanwhile, the club’s technical staff members and BYC players have all expressed gratitude to the club’s hierarchy top brass for forgiving the two midfielders

Barrack Young Controllers II plays in the Second Division of the Liberia Football Association’s National League and is the Defending C Nhampions of the Liberian FA Cup.


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