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Liberian internationals plying their trade in the Israeli league will face each other today. Patrick Doeplah and George Baysah of Hapoel Kfar Saba FC will welcome fellow international team-mates Amos Kollie and Ben Martin of Hapoel Nazareth Illit FC in the ongoing Israeli league.

Hapoel Kfar Saba FC is 2nd on the league table while Hapoel Nazareth Illit FC is at the 14 place. Both teams will have to improve on their level of play to enable them leave their current positions.

Kollie is his team’s top-scorer with one goal behind Doeplah. His club recently suffered 9 points deduction by the Israeli FA in the first phase of the league.

With his team in the middle of the table, Kollie and Martin  have vowed to prove a point against their countrymen. Last Friday, Gizzie Dorbor’s Hapoel Herzilya was whipped 3-1 away to Hapoel Nir.

Determiners FC Extends Race

The Determiners Football Club continues its unbeaten form of the season as they beat Barren United Football FC 4-0 in the ongoing Liberia Football Association (LFA) 3rd Division League at the Tubman High Sport pitch on 12th Street in Monrovia.

Determiners goals were scored by John Kaizon, Stephen Dorbor, Kelvin Garley and Samuel Brent. The club now has 7 points from 3 matches scoring 10 goals.

They are expected to take on Arlo FC on Tuesday in their next fixture. The team is being financed by the Universal Empowerment Mission (UEM) working here (Liberia).

FC Hilversum Enthusiastic Liberians

Two Liberians have been featuring in the Dutch 3rd Division league during this season. They are Sekou Kamara and Youssif Sheriff of FC Hilversum.

Kamara left here in 2003 for Holland having played for three clubs at home, while Sekou started with the Dos’s FC in 2003 on a tryout spell spending half of the season there.

In 2004, he signed two seasons with the club which ended in 2005. But the following year, he was employ by another Dutch side, Roda 46 FC with whom he signed three seasons up to 2009.

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