The 2019 Amputee African Cup of Nations has come to an end in Angola with Liberia, a three-time champion, finishing third.
Liberia’s journey in the 2019 WAFU Nations Cup hosted in Senegal has come to an end with the Lone Star being eliminated from the tournament’s second-tier competition, the plate competition.
Lone Star continued a good run at home under new coach Peter Butler by winning the first leg of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations preliminary qualifying round over Chad.
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.
Liberia hopes on playing in the 2019 WAFU Nations Cup competition came to an end on Monday evening following a 1-0 loss to Sierra Leone.
The winner of the game between Liberia and Sierra Leone in the 2019 WAFU Nations Cup will not be known until Monday at 3:30 p.m. when the two sides play the remaining minutes of the match that kicked off on Sunday.
The rivalry between Liberia and Sierra Leone continues this year after Sierra Leone was reinstated in the 2019 WAFU Nations Cup that will be hosted in Senegal.
Liberia will be without the services of defender Joel Johnson for crucial AFCON 2021 preliminary qualifying games against Chad after fracturing his metatarsal in Lone Star’s 1-0 defeat to Sierra Leone in the 2022 FIFA World Cup preliminary round qualifier.