Liberia’s international midfielder Zah Razah Kranga, playing in the Indonesian premier league for Persipura Jayapura, came on the score sheet during the first game of the second phase. Krangar registered the first goal for Persipura Jayapura in the 13th minute of the game against Arema FC.
The Liberian celebrated his birthday with the goal in a match his team won five-one against visiting side, Arema FC. The club has increase its lead on the Super Liga table to 35 points from 15 games this season. Yesterday’s goal gives the Liberian five goals to his credit this season.
Zah Rahan Krangar was born on March 7, 1985 in Monrovia, a few years after the 1990 civil war. The young Liberian started his career with Ducor Defenders in 1999 and was there for two seasons.
In 2002, Zah Krangar moved to Karn United Football club for a short while before joining Swedish side, Yong Fellows Juventus in the same 2002. The Liberian got the attraction of Ghanaian top league club Asante Kotoko in 2002, where he stayed for a season.
After a season in Ghana, the Liberian transferred in 2003 to Racing FC Bafoussam in Cameroon for a season and half. In 2005, Krangar travelled to Indonesia to start a new life with Persekabpas Pasuruan FC where he spent one season playing 24 games with four goals to his credit.
In 2005, he moved to another club, Sriwijaya FC for three seasons.His term at the club afforded him the chance to play in 34 matches for club, netting six goals.
Last year, the Liberian international signed with table leader Persipura Jayapura FC on a wealthy deal.
Zah has played for Liberia on numerous occasions at the Junior and senior level.
New Leadership For Liberian Volleyball
Nearly two weeks after being suspended from Liberia National Olympic Committee (LNOC), the Liberia Volleyball Federation has a new leadership. The long-anticipated election took place on Saturday, March 5, 2011 outside Monrovia at the SKD sports Complex.
The election was well attended by diverse club presidents and other officials of the federation eligible to vote. Moffie Kanneh emerged as President of the Federation with nineteen votes, while Bendu Ciapaha won the Vice Presidency for Administration with nineteen votes.
Among the hands contesting the Vice Presidency for operations, Derrick Dunbar also won the highest votes, while Kareem Nyanneh retained his spot as Secretary General of the federation after a successful campaign. Nyanneh pulled 26 votes during Saturday’s election.
Akim Massaquoi and Famata Dean emerged as Assistant Secretary General and Treasurer of the federation after a heated voting process. Speaking after the election, President Kanneh said his administration will first work for reunion and harmony in the federation.
“We are going to work with right and positive minds to improve and develop the status of Volleyball across Liberia, as well as shove the national image to the point of international recognition,” noted Kanneh.
The Chairman of the Election Commission Alexander Kojo Anderson noted that the right methods into place to ensure a successful process, something all candidates understood and cooperated with.