It was an all-Liberian affair in the Malaysia Super League on Saturday, Feb. 4 when Patrick Ronaldinho Wlehâ€™s PKNS FC welcomed compatriot Francis Forkey Doeâ€™s Selangor FA at the Shah Alam Stadium.
The National County Sports Meet continues to produce more shocking results with one of the favorites failing to reach the semifinals and the underdogs continuing their success.
The head coach of Liberiaâ€™s national football team, James Salinsa Debbah, has invited six foreign-based players for the upcoming friendly against the Harambee Stars of Kenya on November 15.
Liberians playing their professional football in Malaysia have completed the 2016 league season after nine months of participation.
Lone Starâ€™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.
With just a few more days to Liberiaâ€™s crucial African Cup of Nations qualifier against Togo, former Lone Star goalkeeper Nathaniel S. Sherman has cautioned players of the national team to approach the match as if it is their last chance for qualification.
Ahead of an African Cup of Nations qualifications match against Togo on June 5, Lonestarâ€™s Coach James Salinsa Debbah has announced a list of 24 players for the crucial clash.
Many Liberians playing abroad were disappointed over the weekend as their clubs played poorly. The exception was the Liberians playing in Malaysia who had a joyous weekend after their respective clubs moved to the third round of the Malaysia Cup.