Barrack Young Controllers have announced that their goalkeeper Abdullai Koulibaly has had a successful hydrocele surgery.
Koulibaly went under the knife at the John F. Kennedy Medical Centre on May 18, 2018 to allow him continued his caree with the Go Blue Boys.
“We can not say how long the shotstopper is expect to be sidelined for but he may be out of action for a long period.”
“‘Our player goal keeper Abdullai Koulibaly has successfully come through the operation he underwent due to developing hydrocele.”
‘The operation was carried out at the John F Kennedy Medical Center”. BYC statement said.
it remains to be seen when the first choice keeper will exactly be able to return to action, but it could be he will not be available for action for up to three months which means he will miss several key games for BYC when the national league kicks off including the LISCR Unification tournament.
BYC will face Keitrace FC in the preseason tournament that will feature 16 teams.
The national team of Liberia goalkeeper joined BYC from Monrovia Club Breweries FC at the end of last season to help strengthen the team’s goalkeeping problem and is love by the fans for his confidence between the sticks.
” We want to wish Koulibaly a speedy recovery process as we await his return to the pitch” Nathaniel Sherman the club vice president said.