Liberian Players in Bad Days

Liberians playing in Israel are still not able to pull a single win for their respective clubs as they push toward week-4 fixture of the fresh season. George Baysah’s Hapoel Kfar Saba could only settle to a goalless draw with Hapoel Ramat Gan-Asi at the Levita Kfar sava stadium.

They traveled to Beitar Tel Aviv Ramla to produce the second goalless game at the Shehonat Atikva stadium and managed a 2-2 draw against visitors Sektzya Ness Ziona at the Levita Kfar sava stadium.  The club goes into action this weekend at home against Maccabi Irony Bat Yam at the Levita Kfar sava stadium with three points from three matches.

Formerly Jubilee FC forward Stanley Whitfield’s Hapoel Irony Herzliya is yet to deliver a win as he did for Jubilee FC; The forward has played in the club three league matches. He was in their opener when they lost to Maccabi Irony Bat Yam 0-1, and appeared for the second time as they settled to a  0-0 draw with Maccabi Umi El Fahem at the Hertzliya Municipal stadium.

The club played to another goalless  draw with Hapoel Raanana at the Raanana stadium. The club will be at home as they welcome Maccabi Herzliya at the Hertzliya Municipal stadium today, Friday.

Hapoel Nazareth Illit is playing  host to three Liberian players in the Israeli national league. They are Vatali Sie, Alvin Dixon and Ben Martin. The club began the season on a bad note when they beaten 2-1 awat by Hakoach-Maccabi-Amidar-Ramat-Gan.  They suffered their second season defeat at home to Hapoel Ashkelon at the Nezert Elit stadium.

Hapoel Nazareth Illit also travelled to the Vasramil Beer Sheva where they were whipped 0-1 by Maccabi Beer Sheva. The club is expected to face Sektzya Ness Ziona this weekend at the Nes Ziona stadium.

The only Liberian striker in the Israeli premier league is Amos Kollie, commonly known as “PJ” contracted by Hapoel Haifa. The club is yet to win any of the three matches played. They started with a 0-1 home lost to Hapoel Kiryat Shmona at their Kiryat Eliezer stadium.

At the National Stadium they lost 1-2 to Maccabi Petah Tikva and were whipped 2-0 at the Kiryat Eliezer stadium by Bnei Yehuda Tel Aviv. The club will face Beitar Jerusalem at the National Stadium this Saturday.

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