Barrack Young Controllers FC and Lone Star’s Teah Dennis who left the country last July for a trial with Al-Ahli SC football club of Amman, Jordan has secured a place with the team and both BYC Football and Al-Ahli FC are concluding a one-year loan deal for the 2014/2015 season.
Though Teah was excited about this opportunity he expressed concern, along with prayers for his country, and people in his community of New Kru Town, during our national crisis.
Teah has been the rock of BYC’s defense since his signing from LPRC Oilers in 2011. He captained and powered BYC I to winning two Liberian Football Association championships, the LFA Cup, and the LFA Super Cup. He also led BYC I to the round of 32 of the CAF Football Championships in 2014.
“Teah is, and has always been our emotional leader. We are all very proud of what he has done for BYC Football and excited for him to take his game to another level. Teah, a ‘Blues Warrior’ is now in the fold of the Jordanian team,” a BYC official commented.
Al-Ahli Sports Club (Amman) is a Jordanian football club currently playing in the 1st division and the team has won multiple titles in the Jordanian league in the 40’s, 50’s and 70's.
In 2013, Teah helped BYC Football to make history as the Liberia Football Association (LFA) all-round champions (FA Cup, 1st Division, 2nd Division, as well as LFA Super Cup Champions.
Teah also helped in 2014, BYC I (senior team) to be crowned as the LFA 1st Division, its first back to back title. That accomplishment qualified BYC for the 2015 CAF Champions League, the most prestigious competition in Africa for league football.
Meanwhile, BYC Football Club has expressed its deepest sympathy to the all the families who lost loved ones to the Ebola virus, and a very special thanks to all the health workers, and others whom continue to battle on the front lines against this disease and promised to announce its contribution to fight Ebola soon.