There are reports of worries over the fate of Liberia’s Francis Doe about his status in his present Egyptian club Al Ahly, as the League’s season approaching midterm, because he has not been featured in games played by his team recently.
Few months ago, the Liberian striker was put on a transfer list by the Egyptian league’s giant thus forcing him to be on the bench. The club is expected to recruit new players. This is making the stay of the Liberian professional a color dream. Doe is yet to establish himself to win a regular place in the squad as he did while playing in Cameroon years ago.
Al Ahly now has three games left in the first phase as they take on another title contender, Arab Contractors FC on X-mas day, 25 Dec 2010 in an away fixture.
On Dec 30, Ahly will sort things out with El Makasa FC at home before ending phase 1 against Zamalek FC on New Year 1 January, 2011. Ahly is 5th on the league table with 23 points from 12 matches so far.
In Liberia, LISCR FC midfielder, James Koko Lomell, is getting back to great form as demonstrated when he netted his first hat-trick this season against a newly promoted side, Tony FC on Tuesday in Kakata, Margibi County.
Koko returned to local football after spending some time playing in Asia before signing with his current employer, LISCR FC. Koko has appeared in nearly all of LISCR FC matches this season. He has so far scored 2 goals recently at home against Nimba United.
The striker, in recent time, suffered a contract setback in South Africa with Aziz Kara FC and he is hoping to regain form and return to regular soccer life.
His last international club side was Indonesian PSMS Medan alone with former national team-mate, Murphy Nagbe. Despite of these, Lomell has been active in his country two Nations Cup qualifiers matches.