The 2017 Malaysia football league season will kick off on Friday, Jan. 20 with three of Liberia’s international stars expected to participate in the campaign.
The 2016 Liberia Diaspora International Tournament has come to end with traditional club Mighty Barrolle emerging as champions.
Liberian midfielder Eric Weeks will have to wait further if he is to win a league title in Indonesia. The former Perak player has missed out on the 2016 Indonesia Soccer Championship after his club Madura United failed to continue their good run in the closing stages of the league season.
Veteran Liberian midfielder Zah Rahan Krangar has signed a new two-year deal with Malaysia Super League club Felda United, extending his contract until January 2018.
Liberians playing their professional football in Malaysia have completed the 2016 league season after nine months of participation.
Patrick Ronaldinho Wleh’s Malaysian club may have failed to win the 2016 Malaysia Super League, but Selangor FA is far from giving up the chance of winning silverware before end of the season.
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.
As Liberians prepare to celebrate the nation’s independence, most of the nation’s international footballers away from home are set to join the celebration through friendly soccer matches.