The group stage of the 2017 Asian Football Confederation Cup kicked off over the weekend with three Liberians participating in the first round of matches.
Liberia’s national team captain Teah Dennis has started his career within the Malaysian Super League with a defeat.
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.
Liberia’s captain Teah Dennis believes the best is yet to come from his team under Coach James Debbah following the team recent winning form in the Gabon 2017 Nation’s Cup qualification.
Liberia will take on Djibouti at the Stade du Ville on March 24 in the 2017 African Nations Cup qualifiers.
A brace from Wleh and a goal from Gopinathan Ramachandra were enough to see Selangor get all three points away from home.
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.
Zah Krangar’s dream of wearing silverware in the 2015 football league season finally came to an end after his club Felda United were whipped 2-1 by Kedah FA in the semi-finals of the Malaysia Cup.