The 2019 winter transfer window has come to an end with footballers across the globe finding new homes as they continue their careers. The Bush Chicken looks at Liberian players who made moves during the transfer window.
Keith Nah continues his sensational form for Yadanarbon in the 2016 league season. He helped his team to a 4-1 win over Horizon Football Club, the employer of fellow Liberian, Martin Karnu.
Myanmar-based Liberian striker Keith Nah has set his sights on the Golden Boot after firing against Rakhine to inspire his Yadanarbon club to a 2-0 away win.
Keith Nah may have gone unnoticed by Lonestar’s technical staff, but the 23-year-old striker relentlessly continues to hit the back of the net for his Yadanarbon club.
Myanmar-based striker Keith Nah says that the FIFA international break will not interrupt his club’s recent high performance as they look set to finish on top of the Myanmar National League at the end of the league’s first phase.
The Malaysia football league kicked off over the weekend with four Liberian internationals in action at four different venues.
Myanmar-based Liberian forward Keith Nah has committed to the league club Yadanarbon FC by signing a one-year contract extension. The new contract will keep Nah at Yadanarbon until November 2016.