Many Liberian internationals experienced miserable weekend events across the world last week. With more fixtures to be honored this weekend, the players are hoping to regain control of winning characters.
In Greece, Isaac Pupo’s Club, Panionios FC, is traveling to clash with home side, Panserraikos FC this Sunday. The encounter will be Panionios FC’s 14 league action this season. Panionios FC is 15th on the table, with 13 points from with 12 matches. The club fell last week at home to visitors, Kerkyra FC 1-0.
Solomon Grimes’ side, Ethnikos Piraeus FC considered as the wiping boys, will be in action this Sunday as they welcome 3rd place, Omilos-Filathon-Iraklion FC. Ethnikos Piraeus FC is 18th on the table, with 8 points from 12 matches.
In Russia, Sekou Jabateh’s CKSA Moscow will not be in action this weekend, but the club is preparing for their Europa Cup action on Wednesday against Sparta Praha FC. Ben Teekloh’s 9th place Astra Ploiesti Sport Club in Romania will sort things out with Gloria Bistrita FC on Saturday.
The event will be a hard task for Astra Ploiesti Sport Club as they are presently two places ahead of 11th place Gloria Bistrita FC. Lone star central defender Jimmy Dixon’s Turkish club, Manisaspor FC, will travel to the 6,500-capacity YeniBuca Stadium to engage Bucaspor FC. Manisaspor FC is 11th on the table, with 18 points from fifteen battles.
Theo Week’s Turkish employer Ankaragucu FC has a home calendar with 3rd place Fenerbahce FC. Ankaragucu FC earned 17 points from 15 encounters.