By Naneka Hoffman
The females Lone Star of Liberia take on their Senegalese counterparts today, Tuesday, October 26 at the Stade Lat-Dior in Thies Senegal, in the return leg of the first round qualifiers of the Morocco 2022 AFCON Championship.
The girls left here on Friday, October 22, 2021to honor the return match after they narrowly succumbed to Senegal 2-1 during the first leg played on Wednesday, October 20, 2021, at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia.
Liberia needs two goals in today’s game scheduled for 5pm to have a chance in progressing to the second round.
Speaking recently to the Liberia Football Association media team in Dakar, Senegal National Coach Robert Lartey thanked the Senegalese for the warm reception accorded the Liberian side which he believes is a payback for the great hospitality given Senegal when they came to Monrovia.
He apologized to Liberian fans for the 2-1 loss to Senegal in Monrovia while remaining optimistic of making a comeback in today’s match.
Meanwhile, Lone Star Female Captain Kebeh Lamine has also expressed regret for the way they conducted themselves in the first leg that led to the 2-1 home defeat in Monrovia.
She said they are prepared to give their all in today’s encounter.
See below the full list of players for the home side:
Massa Konneh (Earth Angels, Liberia), Lorpu Forkpah (World Girls, Liberia), Kormassah Sumo (Hippo FC, Liberia)
Loretta Sackie (World Girls, Liberia), Theresa Gaye (Ambassadors FC, Liberia), Lucy Massaquoi (Blanco FC, Liberia), Aline Capehart (Ambassadors FC, Liberia), Choice Tokpah (World Girls, Liberia), Marthaline Moore (Determine Girls, Liberia), Zyphel Sharewellie (Senior Female Professionals, Liberia)
Hawa Kpan (World Girls, Liberia), Francisca Howe (Earth Angels, Liberia), Kebeh Lamine (Ambassadors FC, Liberia), Leda Johnson (Hippo FC, Liberia), Ruth Wesseh (Determine Girls, Liberia)
FORWARDS: Lucy Kikeh (World Girls, Liberia), Kanties Sayee (Earth Angels, Liberia), Albertee Lumber (Blanco FC, Liberia), Pauline Agbotsu (Determine Girls, Liberia), and Mimi Eiden (Montana Athletics, United States).https://thenewdawnliberia.com/female-lone-star-narrowly-fall-to-senegal-2-1/