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Liberian players flying high in Indonesia


Christopher Wreh has been able to
score five goals so far this season.




Written by Horatio Bobby Willie
Tuesday, 14 August 2007

Liberian players in Indonesia are making name for themselves in that Far East nation. Seven of the more than 25 players in that country have been listed on the Liga Dum Madira scoring chart.

James Koko Lomell of PSMS Medam leads the scoring pack for the Liberian players with eight goals. Former Invincible Eleven striker and LFA most valuable player Josiah Seton is second among his fellow countrymen.

Josiah Seton who plays for Pupuk Kaltim has so far pumped in seven goals. Goalkeeper and striker Sunday Seah has six goals to his credit while Steve Mennoh and Christopher Wreh are also listed on the scoring table.

Steve Mennoh who stars for Persita Tangarang has five goals to his credit

Christopher Wreh of Perseman Manokwari has also been able to score five goals so far this season.

Buston Nagbe Brown of Perseman Manokwari and Alvin Power Kieh of Persis Solo have pumped in three goals each.

Meanwhile, two Liberians were on target in the Indonesian top league on Saturday. The two were Steve Mennoh and Roberto Kwateh

Steve Mennoh scored the first goal for his club Persita in their 2-1 win over Persijara. Roberto Kwateh scored the consolation goal for Persijara.