THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2017: A 25 member Liberian Football delegation has arrived in Accra, Ghana ahead of the inaugural edition of the West African Football Union (WAFU) Nations Cup.
The delegation headed by LFA Technical Director left Monrovia Thursday afternoon and arrived in Ghana late Thursday evening.
The Lone Star was received on arrival in Accra by the Secretary General of WAFU Jammel EK Borjan.
The team is spending the night in Accra and will drive to Cape Coast on Friday ahead of their game with Senegal on Sunday.
18 home based players including Marcus McCauley have been selected by the James Debbah led Technical Staff to represent the Lone Star nation.
Abdulai Koulibaly and Tommy Gbayeh Songo's are the goalkeepers called to duty in the FOX Sports sponsored event
Defenders lined up for the WAFU Nations Cup for Liberia are Aloysius Snosie Simujla, Nuwo Alexander Johnson, Alvin Maccornel, Kemoh Sidiki Kamara and Prince Balde
Ebenezer Solo, David Teklo Tweh, John Chea Jaysay, James Walatee, Amadiah Kawah and Marcus Macauley are the midfielders that will face off in the competition.
Liberia’s striking force includes Fallah Sheriff, Van Dave Harmon, Christopher Jackson, Mark Paye and Terrence Leonard Tisdell.
Members of the Lone Star Technical Staff in Ghana are:
James Salinsa Debbah (Head Coach),
Thomas Sebwe Kojo (Deputy Coach)
Eric Glasco (Goalkeeper Trainer)
Sebastian Collins (Administrative Manager)
Boakai Kamara Messeur
Tommy Johnson (kit man)