After helping his team get promoted to the Maltese Premier League, Liberian international defender Adolphus Nagbe Marshall says he’s excited to play with his club Gudja United when the 2019-20 season kicks off.
Liberian international defender Adolphus Marshall may not be playing in one of Europe’s top football leagues but the 27-year-old’s Maltese-based club, Gudja United, has now gained two promotions in two consecutive seasons.
Liberian international Adolphus Marshall helped his Maltese Club Gudja United grab a narrow 3-2 win over Zejtun Corinthians to get one step closer to qualifying for the Maltese Premier League.
Less than a week after his name was removed from the final list of local and foreign-based players to represent the Lone Star of Liberia in Sunday’s encounter against the warriors of Zimbabwe, Adolphus Marshall scored the only goal to give his club Gudja United a crucial win away from home.
Three Europe-based Liberian footballers excel in their various clubs in matches played over the week.
Adolphus Marshall has been named the best player of his Maltese Division One club Gudja United. The former NPA Anchors defender won the club’s prestigious award on Friday, August 30 at the club’s official opening program for the 2018-19 season.
Liberia international defender, Adolphus Nagbe Marshall, fell short of clinching the Maltese Second Division best player award after being beaten by Colombian defender Sebastiano Perdomo.
Liberian defender Adolphus Nagbe Marshall’s debut season in Europe continues to be a memorable one, as he has been nominated for the 2017-18 Malta Second Division Player of the Year Award.