The Liberian amputee team faces an uphill task in the ongoing amputee Africa Cup of Nations after being drawn against the host, Angola.
Less than two months after the Lone Star reached the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers group stage by eliminating Sierra Leone on a 3-2 aggregate win, they will begin their journey to the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations on Wednesday, October 9 when they play Chad in the first leg of the preliminary round.
The Liberia Football Association has unveiled English coach Peter James Butler as the new head coach of the Lone Star.
Lone Star will play in the preliminary round to reach the group stage of the qualifiers. Qualification for Liberia ahead of Chad will see them entering Group A, where they’ll be paired with Guinea, Mali, and Namibia.
Nearly two months after exiting from the CHAN qualifiers, the continental tournament for local players, Liberia has again faltered at another international tournament, as the team has dropped out of the WAFU Cup.
Liberia has finally been booted out of the 2018 Russia FIFA world Cup qualifying campaign after a humiliating 3-0 defeat away at Cote D’Ivoire.