Liberia’s right-forward Weah Ephraim Harris has completed a one year playing term with Swedish side Söråkers FF for the 2014 season that kick off in April next year through October.
The forward played as a defender in All Star FC in Ghana before embarking on his journey to Sweden in July for a tryout with Harnosands FF, but since then the player has been in the media on the wrong accounts relating to his attitude and other issues.
‘Signing with Söråkers FF is a new life for me and my soccer career, although I encountered some unpleasant issues, I will remain focused and positive ahead of next season’, he noted.
Report reaching New Dawn indicates that the Liberian forward scored five times in six matches in the Skinnk Cup with Söråkers FF before the club vacation on the 18th of December and they will resume pre-season on the 8th of January 2014.
Ephraim worked in the sport department with the New Dawn nearly three years before embarking on his soccer life through Monrovia FC in 2012 and has started his career outside Liberia. While in Liberia, the player was a member of Jubilee FC since 2008 after he returned from Ghana.
‘Football in Sweden is far different from Liberian football, the Swedish are faster, sharper and mature than football back home, Liberia football is slow because of the too much of dribbling and the pitches are major factors as well’, he explained.