The Liberia Football Association’s top four teams managed to keep alive their hopes of winning the first division title after all clubs pulled out a win from their various fixtures last weekend.
In an effort to improve youth football in Liberia, the Liberia Football Association, in partnership with Belgium Pro League club RSC Anderlecht, has begun a one-week training camp for players under the age of 20 from the various clubs in Liberia.
Born November 2, 2000, in Monrovia, Davies moved to Ghana with his family to escape the civil war. At the age of five, his family moved to Ontario, Canada, where he grew up and started playing for their youth team, the Edmond Internationals. He then moved to the Edmond Strikers, where he was spotted by the Whitecaps’ scouts in 2015.
After Liberia’s disappointing performance in the Africa Cup of Nations opener, team captain Teah Dennis believes Liberia will learn from their mistakes to improve in their next match.
A hat-trick from KV Oostebde striker, Knowledge Musona was enough to deny the inexperienced Lone Star team the opportunity of earning any point away from home as Zimbabwe kicked off the qualifying campaign with a five-star performance.
As Liberia’s national football team prepares to play the Warriors of Zimbabwe in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers on Sunday, June 11, five foreign-based players have been ruled out of playing.
South African-based winger Anthony Snoti Laffor will not be part of the team travelling to Zimbabwe to participate in Lone Star’s opening qualifying fixture against the Warriors due to an injury he picked up at the club level.
With less than month before Lone Star begins the qualifying campaign for the 2019 African Cup of Nations, there have been some controversy over the list of foreign-based players invited for the upcoming encounter with Zimbabwe.