Liberian striker Patrick Ronaldinho Wleh’s return to Malaysian football started fruitful after his team, Royal Malaysia Police Football Association, commonly called PDRM FA, got promoted from the Malaysian Premier League to the Super League after the climax of the 2019 league season.
The Liberian international scored a hattrick on Tuesday, April 9 to help PDRM grab their first win of the season. The Corps, as PDRM is nicknamed, grabbed a 5-2 win over Sarawak FA during its eighth match of the 2019 Malaysia Premier League.
The 2019 winter transfer window has come to an end with footballers across the globe finding new homes as they continue their careers. The Bush Chicken looks at Liberian players who made moves during the transfer window.
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.
It was an all-Liberian affair in the Malaysia Super League on Saturday, Feb. 4 when Patrick Ronaldinho Wleh’s PKNS FC welcomed compatriot Francis Forkey Doe’s Selangor FA at the Shah Alam Stadium.
Malaysia’s most successful club, Selangor FA, will be in search of the 34th Malaysia Cup title when they play Kedah in the finals at the Shah Alam Stadium on October 30th.
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.
Selangor striker Patrick Ronaldinho Wleh is expecting a difficult match against Djibouti in Liberia’s 2017 African Nations Cup Qualifier on March 24.