As Liberia seeks to develop the various national teams, Australia could be a place of scouting youthful talents for the junior sides. Recently three Liberians among the numerous has been identified as potential legs.
Jeremiah Benson is the latest to surface during the Christmas break; the player was signed on by Para Hills FC in the top Southern Australian league. The 19-year old forward secured a moved from Salisbury FC few months back due to the club’s financial strength to maintain the Liberian frontline.
Benson is currently participating in Para Hills FC preseason matches across the Australia; the player is proving his skills and soccer tactics to gain a starting slot in the team’s first eleven.
Speaking to the New Dawn from his team preseason campsite, the attacker explained “I arrived at the club with the ambition of netting goals, creating more assist for my teammates and to increase my chances for bigger league outside Australia.
Benson brings the number to three youthful strikers in Australia recognized by New Dawn. Tboy Kamara was recently revealed to the Liberian FA, the player was named among Australia’s 22 players on camp for the upcoming under-17 world championship scheduled for June this year in Mexico.
The attacker’s journey to Australia was completed eight years ago from Guinea and he has since established his name in that country soccer dictionary.
Alex Jackson of White City FC is another Liberians that has experienced the transfer window of that country. Striker Jackson over the last four years lifted the flag of Liberia high in Australia through the game of soccer.