Liberia’s international goalkeeper Louis Crayton, has been employed by the World Football Governing Body FIFA as a Goalkeeper Instructor.
In a conversation with the former Lone Star magic hand, Crayton said, “I give God the glory for the opportunity for me to start serving the world by teaching others upcoming goalkeepers.”
“I will be working for the Goalkeeper Department and it is a long-term job for me; it will create a bright path of Liberia as well.” Crayton will be conducting seminars around the world, especially in Africa for English-speaking countries and elsewhere.
He is a first Liberian ex-international from the Lone Star generation of the 90s, who has taken up FIFA employment to work with upcoming generation of players across the world.
Crayton began his soccer career with one of Liberia’s national club St. Joseph Warriors before moving onto his first Swiss club, Lucerne, in 1997. He also played for other Swiss clubs before ending his career in the United States with American side NSC Minnesota.