In Indonesia: Fallah Johnson Shines in Debut Match -Fofee Kamara May Follow
August 5, 2002
Siebo D. Williams
Monrovia
 


Defender Fallah Johnson last Friday made his debut for his new Indonesian first division club side Persita Tangarang.

Fallah whose performance in the match was rated as excellent, led his club to defeat another first division club Persija 3-0 in a friendly soccer match.

The exceptional performance of defender Johnson in the match, has paved the way for another Liberian defender Fofee Kamara in whom officials of Persita Tangarang have expressed interest.

Fofee, was in the Indonesian Island of Gbalie, where he affiliated with a club there, was invited by authorities of Persita Tangarang for a possible deal.

Defender Kamara who is also a player of the senior National Soccer team, the Lone Star, is scheduled to meet the coach of the club tomorrow, at which time he will have his first practice session with the club.

If all goes well for Fofee at Persita Tangarang, it means that it will mark the first time over for three Liberians to feature together on an Asian club.

The other Liberian with the Club is former NPA-Anchors attacking midfielder Anthony Ballah, who left these shores for the Middle East in 1997. Fallah and Fofee are former defenders of LPRC Oilers.
 



 

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