MONROVIA, Montserrado – The Liberia national football team is expected to consist of 11 foreign-based players for the crucial 2019 African Cup of Nations qualifiers against D.R. Congo on Sunday, September 9.
In a released by the Liberia Football Association, 12 foreign-based players were expected in the country for the encounter. However, it has been reduced after Terrence Tisdell and Newcastle United’s youngster, Mohammed Sangare withdrew lately.
The full list invited foreign players includes six Europe-based players, two from Asia, two from the African continent, and a player from North America.
Meanwhile, the invited players began arriving in the country on Sunday, August 2. Boison Wynney and Sylvanus Nimley touched down on Sunday while Adolphus Marshall, Anthony Laffor, Joel Johnson and Murphy Oscar Dorley are expected in the country on Tuesday. The final batch to arrive on Wednesday includes Kpah Sherman, Sam Johnson, William Jebor, and Tonia Tisdell.
They will join the home-based players that are currently on camp at the Golden Gate Hotel adjacent the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex in Paynesville.
The full list of invited players:
|1||Boison Wynney||Goalkeeper||Mallorca B||Spain|
|2||Joel Johnson||Defender||Charlotte Independence||United States of America|
|3||Adolphus Marshall||Defender||Gudja United||Malta|
|4||Murphy Oscar Dorley||Midfielder||Slovan Liberec||Czech Republic|
|5||Sylvanus Nimely||Midfielder||Spartak Moscow II||Russia|
|6||Anthony Laffor||Midfielder||Mamelodi Sundowns||South Africa|
|8||Seku Conneh||Striker||Ansan Greeners||South Korea|
|10||William Jebor||Striker||Wydad Casablanca||Morocco|
Featured photo by T. Kla Wesley Jr.