After Liberia’s disappointing performance in the Africa Cup of Nations opener, team captain Teah Dennis believes Liberia will learn from their mistakes to improve in their next match.
As Liberia’s national football team prepares to play the Warriors of Zimbabwe in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers on Sunday, June 11, five foreign-based players have been ruled out of playing.
With less than month before Lone Star begins the qualifying campaign for the 2019 African Cup of Nations, there have been some controversy over the list of foreign-based players invited for the upcoming encounter with Zimbabwe.
After missing out on getting a place in the 2017 Nations Cup, Lone Star will begin its bid for a third appearance at the continental competition on June 11 when the national team travels to the Warriors of Zimbabwe at the National Sports Stadium in Harare.
The Liberian First Division defending champions, Barrack Young Controllers, have departed Liberia for Senegal, where they are to participate in the 2017 West African Football Union club tournament.
On Tuesday, January 31, the opposition Liberty Party of Charles Walker Brumskine held a grand opening of its party headquarter in an event which generated a massive traffic jam.
The Lone Star of Liberia will take on the Harambee Stars of Kenya in an international friendly on November 15 at the Kasarani Stadium.
The head coach of Liberia’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.