Another Liberian player is presently making marks in the Gambian 1st division football league. Striker Patrick “Success” Wilson, who previously played for local premiership side, Andorence FC, has become the scorer for his Gambian 1st division side, Brikama United FC.
The 20-year old forward surfaced in the Gambia after spending a season in the local league here. Patrick Success Wilson search for international club was not rewarding in Egypt during his stay there.
He later returned to Liberia for a season, after which he moved to the Gambia last year to currently pilot Brikama United FC attacking line. Another Liberian player, Rufus Mjoemah from Senegalese 1st division side, Uso FC has returned to country.
Premiership side, Black Star FC is hoping to secure the marksman’s signature. Mighty Barrolle is also eyeing the trouble man for their roster this season.
Four Liberians have completed their participation in the Maldives premier league in Southern Asia. Two defenders- Layee Kamara and Solomon Momolu Zubah with AYL Club are two of the four. Forward Samuel Smith and midfielder Charles Wright enjoyed their stay in that country.
In another development, defender Zubah left Liberia since 2003 and currently plays in a preseason tournament in Singapore. Layee Kamara is in the country on vacation, but it is likely that the defender will dress for his local side, NPA in the ongoing Cellcom premiership.
Meanwhile, two Liberians in Mali, Amadu Conneh and Melvin Kesman were involved in club actions on Sunday with Bacarejan Football Club.
Conneh said the away session was challenging, but rewarding with a 0-0 draw. A young Liberian midfielder in Australia, T-boy Kamara, plying with South Australia Sports Institute, is eyeing a great midweek game. The institute heads for Northern Australia for a tournament.