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Liberian Professionals Shine Abroad

Several Liberian players were, over the weekend, in action across the world with their clubs. The man, who brought smiles to the faces of many Liberians during her 2012 nations cup qualifiers in Monrovia against the Warriors of Zimbabwe, Sekou Jabateh Oliseh’s Russian side CSK Moscow lost to Lokomotiv 1-0 in an away fixture, while expelled Dioh William side, Alania Vladikavakaz Fc beat Sibir Novosibirsk 2-1 away. 

In Sweden, expelled Liberian Dulee Johnson’s AIk Stockholm went down to Trelleborg 4-1 away.

Still in Sweden, Former Mighty Barrolle hate man, Amadiya Rennie’s club side  Elfsborg won at home against Mjallby 2-0,  while Isaac Popu’s side Panionios drew 1-1 with Xathnis  Skoda away in Greece.

Lone star’s Captain Anthony Laffor’s  SuperSport United was victorious at home in a 2-1 match against Mpumalanga Black Aces ; In Turkey,  Jimmy Dixon’s club Manisapor lost to Antalyaspor 2-1, while Theo Weeks’ Ankaragucu went down 4-0 to Besiktas in an away game.

In Israel, George Baysah and Patrick Doeplah featured in  Hapoel Kfar Saba’s 0-0 draw with Ahva Arraba Fc on Monday, while Gizzie Dorbor’s Iron Bat Yam drew 0-0 with Maccabi Herzeliya at home.

In Romania, Ben Teekloh’s side Astra Ploiesti  drew their home match 1-1 with visiting Fc Timisoara, while in Egyptian Second Division Malia  Sporting Club signed former Liberia Treble Champion Black Star Fc utility play maker Yao Abblode for an undisclosed amount.

A Liberian forward based in Finland Andreas Blamo was on the score sheet for his second division club side Lohjan Pallo in their 3-1 victory over Garbas Fc, while far in Australia, Alex Jackson was on target twice for White City in their 2-1 home match against his fellow Liberian, Emmanuel George Tantee of Alazi Fc.

In America, three Liberians will be in action for NSC Minnesota Stars vs. Carolina Railhawks in the America soccer league on Wednesday. Few unattached players of the national team were not in action they are James Koko Lomell, David Gbemie and Sunday Seah.

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