Tag: 夜上海论坛AV

Barrolle Slips in Championship Hunt

first_imgDisappointed fans of Mighty Barrolle, in their dominant red attire, were spell-bound and cheerless last Sunday, when the Kanyan Pepper’s boys failed to defeat Timber Wolves at the Sports Commission on Broad Street, writes Leroy M. Sonpon, lll.The virtually youthful Wolves whipped Mighty Barrolle 47-61 points.The Rollers’ defeat narrowed their hunt to put an end to their decades-long title drought, but Coach Otis Nyanneh is still optimistic of clinching the title, arguing that every team loses, and that is part of the game.Barrolle’s win last week against Bardnersville Celtics, 71-62 points favored them alongside LPRC Oilers and NPA Anchors for their title hunt.But their latest defeat to Wolves may probably be their turning-point to remain empty in their title hunt.Earlier, Supreme Sisters whipped Commissioner 33-23 points and K-Delta continued their winning spree when they thrashed Phoenix 64-47 points.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Copyright Boss Resigns

first_imgThe Officer-In -Charge of the Liberian Copyright Office, Mr. Ernest Bruce has revealed to LIBLIFE in an interview that he has resigned.“There has been a lot of grumble to the extent that my character was assassinated, when members of the Collective Management Society charged that I took news to the international community that we have a CMO when we don’t,” said Mr. Bruce. “It seems to me that there is a lot of misunderstanding either about how this thing should be done or going on, so I have decided to step aside for other personal reasons.”He added, “I felt bad to resign since it has been my childhood dream to help build the entertainment industry in Liberia to benefit artists.” He however said that he is resolute in his decision to leave the copyright office, knowing that there are certain things in life that one cannot change and that are some that can be changed. “I can’t be part of a fight when it is clear that I did not create the CMO and never begged for the position. I was asked to do it,” he said. According to him, those that are now “fighting” him were the same people that applauded his leadership and said that he has the belief it is the time for him to give those critics a chance to do a better job. “When I accepted the position to head the copyright office I did it because of my passion for it. Now that I’m leaving, I promise to still be involved into it as a private citizen, always willing to give my expertise,” he said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more