Jebor doubtful for Togo !
By Sylvester Worwee
With less than 10 days to Lone Star crunch 2017 Africa Cup of Nations match with the Sparrow Hawks of Togo, Focus Sport has gathered that Liberia international William Jebor will not show up for the June 5 match slated for the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia.
The Sociedad Deportiva Ponferradina striker on loan from Rio Ave announced on facebook at exactly 1:15 pm yesterday, that he will not be coming for Liberia game against Togo, citing lack of respect.
He extended his heartfelt apology to his family, fans, the team, Lone Star coaching staff and the Liberian people and pleaded with them not to judge his decision for staying away from June 5 crucial match without understanding his reason.
He also remaindered his family and well-wishers that he will always love them with the love of God. “It’s just too much mehn!!!!! NO RESPECT!!, Jebor complained.
He continues: “Even if you always silent and no in anyone business. Sorry to my great friends the team and wonderful coaching staff n to the Liberian people, fans and family.
I will not be coming for the next game against Togo. But please don’t judge my choices without understanding my reasons. I will always love you with the love of God.” See Jebor’s Facebook post below: