Liberians living in Canada will from 2-3 of October host a two day sports festival. The festival is expected to gather more than one thousand Liberians in Canada and from America.
The ceremony, “Let’s Support Lone Star” aims at creating the awareness for Liberians to begin shifting their support towards the national football teams, and develop strategies to add value to Kickball in Liberia.
During an interview via mobile phone from Canada, he said they were currently gathering support for the national team, but did not reveal the time of presentation to Lone Star.
Two teams will be clashing in kickball and football during the ceremony. Edmonton Lone Star will take on Dessert Lone Star at the O’Lerry Park. Both sides, based in Canada, will feature some of Liberia’s youthful players in the Canadian and American soccer leagues’.
Edmonton will start Solomon Blamo Davies and Christopher Opeke Jones in their attack. Solomon won the golden boot of the Edmonton District soccer league 2009/2010 season.
Meanwhile, Dessert Lone Star is expected to line-up Landry Gaie, cum striker and technical director Emmett Kamara. Other top players expected to show case their skills are Freddy Malek, Morris Johnson, Benny Clarke and others.