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Former Swedish-AIK Solna Liberian midfielder, Dulee Johnson has resumed club football action, after being set free from detention after being cleared of rape by a Swedish Court last year.

The Liberian was denied a contract continuation by the Swedish club, leaving him with no other option, but to find a new home. Dulee Johnson moved over to Greece where he secured a deal with Greek second division club, Panetolikos FC.

He joined the Greek club on a free transferr on Jan-21-2011 for an undisclosed amount  believed to be a good sum of money. Dulee had his debut match for the club on Monday against Levadiakos FC which finished goalless.

According to report from Greece, the 26 year old Liberian midfielder came alive as he impressed fans with  excellent  ball control and passes during the game. Panetolikos FC is positing second on the table with 42 points from 20games. The club won 13 of their league matches, sharing points in three and losing four. The signing of the Liberian international is a perfect sign for Lone Star, as they travel to Cape Verde.

Alex Jackson Eyes Golden Boot

White City FC Liberian youthful attacker, Alex Jackson will continue to pursue  the golden boot in the Carlsberg Cup preseason tournament in Australia. Since Alex arrived in Australia, he has managed to earned two golden boots for himself- one in the mock African Cup of Nation held every year under the auspices of the united African solidarity and one in the league.

Jackson started the tournament on a brilliant note when he netted two goals for White City as they dismantled Toros FC 2-0 in their first Group-2 match. The Liberian attacker comes alive on Friday against Cumberland United at the Franks Mitchell Park to honor their second game. According to Jackson, the league is full of great talents, but his vision will be realized at the end of the tournament.

“I am open to a call for national duty any time the Liberian football house is ready for me,” Jackson noted. Cumberland United is also holding three points from  their first game  against Western Adelaide FC (2 -0) at the Polonia Reserve park last week. White City is paired with Para Hills, Toros FC, Western Striker, Cumberland United and Western Adelaide FC.

Jeremiah Benson is another Liberian playing in the tournament with Para Hills FC. The young attacker was transferred from another top side called Salisbury United FC mid last year after a bright season. Para Hills lost their first game of the zone stage to Western Striker 2-0, making it a difficult starts for them. Benson said although the club wasted many chances provided from the middle, they are not frightened by the result, but will make the difference on Saturday as they clash with Toros FC  who lost to the legs of Alex Jackson’s club, white City 2-0.

It is yet to be established whether Liberian youngster Tboy Kamara has joined his club, Salisbury United to play in the Carlsberg cup preseason tournament. Kamara was recruited last year by the Australian Football Federation and placed in camp with their national under-27 team  which will  visit Mexico for the under-17 world cup.

Mid-Week In Indonesia

Many Liberians on professional contracts in the Asian state of Indonesia were in action last weekend and this mid week. Edward Junior Wilson, contracted by Super Liga side, PS Semen Padang FC has netted 11 goals this season for the club in 17 appearances. His scoring spree has attracted several clubs to get him over at their home grounds next season.

Former Lone Star’s Oliver Makor, participating in the league for Persija Pusat Jakarta FC, has one goal to his credit from ten matches he played. The club won Persiba Balikpapan away 1-0 on Wednesday, Feb-2011. The win pushes the club third on the table with 23 points from 12 games.

Midfielder Zah Krangar has scored three goals for Persipura Jayapura this season from 11 caps. Krangar club is leading the table with 30 points from 12 matches played this season. They won ten games, drew one and lost in one. Eddie Foday Boakay is another Liberian netting goals in the top Indonesian flight for Persiwa Wamena.

Boakay is pocketing six goals from 12 matches. The club won Sriwijay 2-0 yesterday in a league match. Eric Weeks Lewis of Persiwa Wamena is also holding two goals from four games played so far. Weeks and Eddie Foday Boakay are the two Liberians registered with Persiwa Wamena in the super Liga.

Patrick Granue playing in league one for PS Mojokerto FC. The club is 13th on the table with nine points from 11 games. Former Lone Star right-back Fallah Johnson, employed by Persikab Bandung FC, was unable to stop the attacking line of Gresik United as they netted two goals against them. Persikab Bandung FC is holding 17 points from 11 games.

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