Liberia’s national team has been hit with a major blow after it was announced that two players failed their medical tests prior to the team’s training camp, which began on Wednesday, January 16 at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia.
The Lonestar of Liberia have taken a major step in qualifying for the 2019 African Cup of Nations, after defeating the warriors of Zimbabwe 1-0 at the Samuel Keyan Doe Sports Complex in Paynesville, on Sunday.
The national team of Liberia will begin its fight for qualification for a continental competition for the third time in history when they take on Mauritania on Friday, July 14 in the first round of the African Nations Championship.
Liberia’s national football team faces an uphill task against Djibouti in a home and away clash this month in its battle to grab a place in the 2017 African Nations Cup finals.
The township of Kpaytuo will receive US$1,800 annually from Lonestar Cell MTN as part of an agreement between the town and the management of the telecommunications company for a tower constructed in the area.
Liberia has taken a step forward in allowing for cheaper and faster communications between telecommunications operators within the country. The establishment of Liberia’s Internet Exchange Point is meant to allow local operators to interconnect and exchange information directly, as opposed to communicating with each other through gateways in Europe and the US.