Canadian College Grand Prarie Regional College has signatured former Lone Star Under-20 forward Ernest Kotio on a four-year academic scholarship. The institute captured the Liberian after he won the golden boot as top scorer in the Canadian Edmonton premier league for Victoria Premium Club.
According to details gathered, Kotio will be reading Information Technology during the four years study period at the Canadian college beginning as freshman this semester.
Kotio narrated that the college is currently in talks with his club Victoria FC for a possible transfer to the college national league outfit,” the deal is put at ($20,000USD) twenty thousand United States Dollars.
If the college secured the Liberian from his league squad, Kotio will be involved in two league action, the national clubs league and the college soccer league. Kotio departed Liberia in September of last year to join his family in Canada, since his arrival in that country he has created a bright soccer image for himself and mama Liberia.
During his days in Liberia, Kotio played for RESA FC and also for the Liberia National Olympic Committee Football and Lone Star Youth side in 2008.
Kollie-PJ May Replace Patrick Doeplah
The Israel outfit Hapoel Kfar Saba FC of late Liberia international Patrick Doeplah is considering plans to signature fellow countryman Amos Kollie of Hapoel Nazareth Illit FC. Hapoel Kfar Saba FC missed out on chances of qualification to top league in Israel after the club finished at the table leader but failed in the promotional playoff.
Forward Amos Kollie was closely watched by the late Doeplah outfit during last season when he netted seven goals for his delegation Hapoel Nazareth Illit FC. Details emerging from Israel indicate that Kollie was unable to gain a shirt during a short tryout with a top Israel side days back.
Defender George Baysah is continuing his 2nd season of the three years deal penned with Hapoel Kfar Saba FC: the club is currently on preseason, but Kollie is yet to join the club. Baysah is the first defender to have scored three goals during a national league encounter in Israel since that country football foundation.