Veteran Liberian striker Francis Forkey Doe continues to wow his critics in the ongoing Malaysia Super League.
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.
The 2017 Malaysia football league has come to an end with Liberian international striker, Kpah Sherman, helping his team escape from the relegation zone.
Patrick Ronaldinho Wleh’s PKNS FC earned a win playing on the turf of Wleh’s former club, Selangor FA, which now hosts the one-time Malaysia Super League golden boot winner, Francis Forkey Doe.
After an impressive display with Al Ahli in the second phase of the 2014-15 Jordanian League, Teah Dennis stay was extended by another year.
Liberia national team striker Kpah Sherman has opened his goal scoring account in Malaysian football with Malaysian Premier League club, Malaysian Indian Sports Council-Malaysian Indian Football Association, commonly known as MISC-MIFA.
Star striker Francis Forkey Doe recently made the headlines in Malaysia and across the world for the wrong reasons after being arrested by officials on Friday, May 5 for allegedly driving a vehicle with fake license plates.
As the 2017 Malaysia Super League approaches the second half of its season, Liberians plying their trade in the Asian nation are yet to experience a consistency in winning while their clubs continuing to perform poorly.