Many Liberian players, already playing in the low profile Asian leagues, have seen their contracts terminated or not renewed. Here is the list of top Liberian players that are without clubs.
Before the start of the 2016-17 league season, Liberia international forward Amadaiya Rennie ended his five years of professional soccer in Sweden and moved to Turkey, where he joined Turkish Super League team Antalyaspor, the club of four-time African player of the year Samuel Etoâ€™o.
During the 2016 summer transfer window, Liberia international winger Amadaiya Rennie moved to Turkish Super League club Antalyaspor where he eventually became a teammate to four-time African Player of the Year Samuel Etoâ€™o of Cameroon.
Sam Johnson might have failed to score a goal to help Liberia secure a Nations Cup qualification in Tunisia, but the former Djurgardens IF forward continues his scoring spree for his Chinese League One club, Wuhan Zall.
Amadaiya Rennie has made himself Liberiaâ€™s biggest transfer player so far this summer, after ending his five-year stay in Swedish football to join Turkish Super League club Antalyaspor on a two-year deal.
The goal scoring form of Sam Johnson continues as the forward was again on target on Tuesday in the Djurgardens 3-1 home defeat to Hammarby IF, the club of fellow Liberian Amadaiya Rennie.
Liberian nationals Sam Johnson and Dioh Williams were on target over the past weekend as they helped their clubs with victories in round two of the 2016 Sweden Allsvenskan.