Mighty Barrolle

Mighty Barrolle
Full name Mighty Barrolle Sports Association
Nickname(s) The Rollers; The Red Boys, Kanyan Pepper
Founded 1964
Ground Doris Williams Stadium
Buchanan, Liberia
Ground Capacity 3,000
Chairman Liberia Eugene Nagbe
Manager Liberia Kellie Miller
League Liberian First Division League

Mighty Barrolle is a football club from Liberia based in Monrovia. They are one of the founding members of football in Liberia. Their home Stadium is the Doris William Stadium. Liberia's most famous footballer, George Weah, began his career at Mighty Barolle, scoring 7 goals in 10 games in the 1985/86 season. Barrolle's most famous and celebrated player is James Salinsa Debbah. Mighty Barrolle, commonly called "the Rollers", was demoted to the Second Division of the LFA/Cellcom National League; however, in 2016, the team has been promoted back to the First Division after a successful campaign in the division 2.


1967, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1993, 1995, 2000/01, 2004, 2006, 2009
1974, 1978, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1995

Performance in CAF competitions

2007 – Preliminary Round
2011 – Preliminary Round
2009 – Preliminary Round

1968: disqualified in First Round
1973: First Round
1974: First Round
1987: Second Round

1989: First Round
1990: First Round
1994: withdrew in First Round
1996: withdrew in Third Round Note: Due to Civil War

1997 – disqualified in First Round
1975 – First Round
1982 – First Round
1984 – First Round
1985 – First Round
1986 – Second Round
1988 – First Round

Current squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Liberia GK Augustus Nagbe
2 Liberia MF Michael T. Jaesue
5 Liberia DF Hallie Lahai (Captain)
7 Liberia DF Jorginho Wiah Panten
8 Liberia MF Little Eddy Lewis
10 Liberia MF Valinton Bah Osasa
11 Liberia FW Peter Diggs
12 Liberia FW Leonard Bill Hiah
14 Liberia FW Roland Ben Doe
16 Liberia GK Tom Nimely
17 Liberia DF Johnson P. Dorbor
18 Liberia DF Musah Dargbeson
20 Liberia MF Michael C. Amakaeze
No. Position Player
21 Liberia DF Fedelist Togba
22 Liberia DF Perry Baby Jimmy
23 Liberia DF Sabastine Collins
24 Liberia DF Fred Varney Fofana
25 Liberia GK Sengbe Sayon
26 Liberia MF Anthony Quiwonkpa
27 Liberia DF Pokah Kwioh Roberts
28 Liberia MF Wefia B. Beyan
29 Liberia DF Samuel Sonpen Sieh
30 Liberia FW Siah Coleman
31 Liberia FW Paul Blateh
32 Liberia FW Junior Wilson
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