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L-R: Weaka Wesseh, Francis Doe and Nuzohn KulalaLiberian players based in the North African state of Egypt were in club actions midweek.

Former Mighty Barrolle player Weaka Wesseh participated in Al Mareekh FC’s away match that drew 1-1 with Gasco FC, another first division side.

L-R: Weaka Wesseh, Francis Doe & Nuzohn Kulala

Wesseh was used as a free- man in the match, giving him the chance to be defensive and supportive in the attack.

The club head coach sees Weaka to be very important in the squad.  “He is very important. He is forceful and strong in deft midfield,” the coach noted.Al Mareekh finished 4th on the Egyptian first division table.

Another Liberian in action for El Mahalla was Nuzohn Kulala, former mighty Barrolle’s Captain. He was full of action for his club, as they got their first three points of the season.

Coach Mohmaed Radwan said he was sure his squad will be better this season. “Kulala is fit and ready for the league as I have observed him during the game. His speed is good and he has developed a style of ball-passing that helps our game,” he added.

Former Mighty Blue Angel left-foot back, Patrick Dolopei of Le Ragab FC led his side to a 2-2 away match to Le Mokreala, While on Wednesday night; Yao Abblode was on the score sheet for Malia Sporting Club in the second division.

The Recalled Liberian Forward who was recently expelled, Francis Doe saw huge disappointment in Al Ahly 2-1 victory on Sunday when center referee canceled his two goals.

On Monday, Al Ahly Head coach Hossam El Badry named the Liberian forward in the 19 man delegation for the 1st leg of the semi final of the CAF champions league match against Tunisian premiership champion Al Taraji.

A Liberian defender based in Kenya, Alex Karmo said, Liberians should not be doubtful about his place on the Lone Star. Karmo is expected to start in the center defense of Lone Star when they travel to Mali next week. The defender plays in the Keynesian top league.

Still in the Lone Star defense, Solomon Grimes, commonly known as “Solo” said, it was time that fans of the national team offer prayers to God on behalf of the team.  He said, the away matches are very crucial, and it takes the blessings of God to shine in such games.

Meanwhile, invited player Amadaiya Rennie is sure of netting for Lone Star in Mali. The forward claimed “we have the right attacking tools for the needed result early next month- Francis Doe, Anthony Laffor and Sekou Jabateh Oliseh.

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