The disappointing start for Liberians playing in the 2017 Asian Football Cup has come to an end with victories on matchday three.
Malaysia Super League Club, FELDA United were denied the opportunity of winning their first three points in the 2017 Asian Confederation Cup on March 7 in Selangor, Malaysia when Vietnamese club Ha Noi scored late in the stoppage time of the match to share the points.
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.
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.
Success in the 2017 Malaysian Super League has continued for Liberian striker Patrick Ronaldinho Wleh, whose club, PKNS FC, recorded its second win of the season.
Round two of the 2017 Malaysia Super League appeared to be the worst for the Liberians the league, who all failed to celebrate a win after some poor performances from their respective clubs.
The 2017 Malaysia Super League kicked off last weekend with three Liberians participating in the opening round of games played across the country.
With many Liberian footballers returning home to family and friends during the holidays, midfielder Zah Krangar, who plays for Malaysian club FELDA United, made use of his short time back in Liberia to distribute food to the less fortunate in two communities.