A-38 Man Lone Star Delegation Off To Djibouti
By Roland Mulbah
The National team of Liberia, Lone Star is currently in Djibouti to honor a crucial 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against that country.
The 38-man delegation is headed by Liberia Football Association (LFA) Vice President for Operations, Mr. Cassell A. Kuoh, Sr.
Other top-rated personalities on the Lone Star delegation include Liberia’s new Minister of Youth and Sports, Saah Charles N’Tow and Grand Gedeh County Representative, Zoe Emmanuel Pennue.
The red, white and blue outfit is expected to play the first leg this Thursday in Djibouti City, Djibouti; while the return leg will he played on the 29th of March, 2016 at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS) in Monrovia.
Lone Star must win both games to secure nine points in the competition after already clinching three points last year with a crucial win against Tunisia in Monrovia.
Collecting six points against Djibouti is a clear signal that Coach James Salinsa Debbah’s guided side is ready to book a place in the 16 teams’ Africa Cup of Nations for the third time.
While Lone Star will be battling Djibouti in a home-away fixture, Tunisia and Togo will be battling each other.
Togo is at the top of Group A with six points, while Liberia sits second ahead of Tunisia due to head to head.
Below are the 25 players called For Djibouti Clash
1) Tommy Songo, LISCR FC, Liberia
2) Sampson Giddings, FC Fassell, Liberia
3) Gallay James, Ma Watta Watanga, Liberia
4) Trokon Zeon, LPRC Oilers, Liberia
5) Hilton Varney, BYC, Liberia
6) Alvin Macconough, BYC, Liberia
7) Gizzie Dorbor, Hapoel Afula F.C, Israel
8) Teah Tennis, Al Ahli, Jordan
9) Michael Macaulley, Al Ahli, Jordan
10) Dirkir Glay, Indonesia
11) Anthony Laffor, Mamelodi Sundowns, South Africa
12) Kpah Sherman, Santos, South Africa
13) Omega Roberts Alamadine, FK Donji Srem, Serbia
14) Zah Krangar, Felda United, Malaysia
15) Patrick ‘Ronaldinho’ Wleh, Selangor FA, Malaysia
16) Alseny Keita, US Sénart-Moissy, France
17) Dioh Williams, Gefle IF, Sweden
18) Sam Johnson, Djurgårdens IF, Sweden
19) Dulee Johnson, Molde FK, Norway
20) Tonia Tisdell, Karabükspor, Turkey
21) Theo Weeks, Ermis Aradippou, Cyprus
22) Solomon Grimes, Nea Salamis, Cyprus
23) William Jebor, SD Ponferradina, Spain
24) Sekou Conneh, Bethlehem Steel, USA
25) Melvin George, Myanmar