Forward of their fixture towards the Tremendous Eagles, the Lone Star have confirmed that they may land in Lagos three days earlier than the showdown
The Liberia senior nationwide workforce have revealed that they may arrive in Nigeria on Tuesday forward of their 2022 Fifa World Cup qualifier towards the Tremendous Eagles.
The Lone Star are hoping to qualify for the worldwide soccer showpiece for the primary time of their historical past, however they need to negotiate their well beyond Gernot Rohr’s males, Cape Verde, and Central African Republic in Group C.
Based on a publish on the Facebook page of the Liberia Football Association, Peter Butler’s males will jet in at Murtala Muhammed Worldwide Airport on August 31.
In the meantime, Sweden-based Justin Salmon, Paeek’s Abrahim Mohammed Soumaoro and NAC Breda’s U21 star Ayouba Kosiah have landed in Monrovia for the crunch encounter.
The trio are amongst the 5 gamers who could possibly be handed their worldwide debuts towards the three-time African kings.
Three days after slugging it out towards Nigeria, they welcome the Central African Republic to the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports activities Advanced, Monrovia.
Coach Butler is bullish of the Lone Star’s possibilities towards Rohr’s aspect on the Teslim Balogun Stadium.
‘’I’m going to compete, be organised and be attacked-minded,” the Englishman informed media.
‘’Firstly, I don’t use social media and quite a lot of these younger lads who have been listed, I didn’t choose them and whoever did that’s false to begin with.
‘’It’s going to be a tricky group and favourites Nigeria have gotten qualities and are closely funded as in comparison with us, however I’m going to again myself towards any coach on this group.
‘’They’ve Wilfred [Ndidi], Kelechi [Iheanacho], Alex [Iwobi] I might identify extra…however we’re going to be aggressive and I imagine we’re going to offset just a few groups on the street.”
Goalkeepers: Ashley Williams (RB Linense, Spain), Tommy Sango (LISCR, Liberia), Morlik Keita (Mighty Barrolle, Liberia).
Defenders: Prince Balde (KF Drita, Kosovo), Jeremy Saygbe (RB Linense, Spain), Alvin Maccornel (Watanga, Liberia), Sampson Dweh (LPRC Oilers, Liberia), Daniel Paye (Bea Mountain, Liberia), Teah Dennis (Monrovia Membership Breweries, Liberia), Carlos Williams (Watanga, Liberia).
Midfielders: Abrahim Mohamed Soumaoro (Paeek FC, Cyprus), Murphy Dorley (Slavia Prague, Czech Republic), Marcus Macauley (Sahab FC, Jordan), Terrence Tisdell (Kocaelispor, Turkey), Justin Salmon (Degerfor IF, Sweden), David Tweh (Rukh Brest, Belarus), Allen Njie (FC Aarau, Switzerland), Abu Kamara (FC Makedonijagjp, North Macedonia).
Forwards: Ayouba Kosiah (NAC Breda II, Netherlands), Kpah Sherman (Kedah Darul Aman FC, Malaysia), Mohammed Kamara (Hatayspor, Turkey), and Van-Dave Harmon (unattached).