Liberian players resume clubs action over the weekend for their respective clubs, In Israel Patrick Doeplah and George Baysah were involved in Hapoel Kfra Saba FC 3-1 victory against Hakoach Amidar RG FC in a home match on Friday. Patrick Doeplah scored in the second game running when he netted home the club 3rd goal in the 93rd minute. Doeplah currently tops the league with six goals in six matches.
In South Africa, Abu Sando’s club Aziz Kara FC has suffered their fourth defeat in seven matches at home to visiting United FC in a 1-0 match on Saturday. Assistant Liberian coach Thomas Kojo’s three changes were unable to level the score.
Lone Star captain Anthony Laffor was unable to do the damage Sunday during a 2-0 lose to Kaizer Chief in the South African premiership. Club coach Gavin Hunt has denied claims by Sundown FC that a deal to transfer the Liberian during mid season for two players of Sundown FC Franklin Cale and Eduardo Ferreira.
The unhappy campaign started in Turkey when Theo Weeks side Ankaragucu FC drew 0-0 away to Eskisehirspor FC, while center defender Jimmy Dixon club Manisaspor FC went down 2-1 away to Genclerbirligi FC Sunday. Solomon Grimes also experienced sadness in Greece as Ethnikos FC felt 1-0 away to Trikala FC Sunday.
Dioh Williams Russian side Alania Vladikavkaz FC bowed away to Zenit St. Petersburg FC 3-0. Ben Teekloh will be in action Monday when Astra Ploiesti FC travels to Universitatea Cluj FC in a league match.
Sekou Jabateh Olisheh’s side CSKA Moscow walked away with three points after beating Saturn FC on Sunday. Amadaiya Rennie led Elfsborg FC’s attack in their away fixture to AIK Stockholm FC Sunday.
On Friday the court prosecutor said he will use the next two weeks to carry out more investigation into the allegation levelled against the Liberian midfielder. Francis Grandpa Doe has been declared fit for Al Ahly FC clash on Thursday after missing the club 1-0 lost against Petrojet FC last week Wednesday.
A local third division side Determiners FC has concluded the signing of seven unattached players – namely Deke Buoan, Prince Kanneh, Leroye Larkeh, Lasana Hammed Trewalley, Robert R. Bimba, Daniel Y. Daye, Nelson Elliott, Amara Fofana and Boakai Sonic.
Still in the transfer window, LISCR FC has concluded the signing of Sunday Seah, Lone Star current goalkeeper, James Koko Lomell. Invisible Eleven is expected to conclude additional signing this week. The club has signed two players from FC AK striker Duah Allison, defender Emmanuel Pelo, and Momo Blamo Jr. of Jasime Rangers.