Liberians playing their professional football in Malaysia have completed the 2016 league season after nine months of participation.
Indonesian-based Eric Weeks continues his consistent goalscoring with his club Madura United.
Eric Week’s Indonesian-based Madura United has kept alive its hope of winning the 2016 league title after collecting its 13th win of the season.
Eric Weeks’ Indonesia-based Madura United’s remarkable charge towards the league title is being considered as one of the biggest shocks in the history of Indonesian Football.
As Liberians prepare to celebrate the nation’s independence, most of the nation’s international footballers away from home are set to join the celebration through friendly soccer matches.
Lone Star’s captain, Teah Dennis, has joined the Malaysia Super League Sarawak Football Club on a six-month loan from Liberian first division league champions Barrack Young Controllers.
Football life in Indonesia continues to get tougher for Liberian international defender Dirkir Glay, whose Persiba Balikpapan club has endured a difficult start to the 2016 Indonesia Soccer Championship.
It was an all-Liberian affair in the Indonesia Soccer Championship on Monday, June 13, when fans gathered at the Stadion Gelora Bangkalan to witness Eric Weeks’ Madura United battle Dirkir Glay’s Persiba Balikpapan.