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[Liberia] Doe calls-up 25 Players for Women’s under-17 Friendlies

 

Liberia women’s under-17 head coach Jenkins Doe has called-up 25 players for the friendlies with Morocco at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium on 23 December and 26 December.

The list is dominated by players, who took part in the FIFA under-17 women’s World Cup qualifiers against Niger and Ghana.

New faces include Senior Female Professionals goalkeeper Olive Wolo, Hippo FC defenders Odell Bleekeh and Martina Harris; midfielders Jessica Kwashi of LEAD, Cynthia Weah and Cynthia Nimely of Senior Female Professionals; Naresa Yeah of Shaita FC and Decontee Jackson of DC Shooters and Hippo FC strikers Gabrielle Lines and Martha Kolleh.

Liberia will begin its training camp on 12 December.

A Moroccan delegation arrives in Monrovia on 18 December to honor the friendlies and departs for Rabat on 27 December.

The friendlies are part of a technical cooperation agreement reached between Liberia Football Association President Mustapha Raji and Royal Moroccan Football Federation President Faouzi Lekjaa on the sidelines of a Fifa-sponsored seminar on football development and infrastructures in Rabat on 1 February.

It covers club development, refereeing, coaching, training camp opportunities and equipment assistance.

Full squad

Goalkeepers: Jackie Touah (Determine Girls), Asata Dulleh (Blanco FC) and Olive Wolo (Senior Female Professionals)

Defenders: Loretta Sackie and Sangay Moulton (World Girls); Odell Bleekeh and Martina Harris (Hippo FC); Amanda Powo (Blanco FC), Choice Tokpa (Shaita FC) and Christine Teah (Ambassadors FC)

Midfielders: Blessing Nagbe, Blessing Kieh and Jessica Kwashi (LEAD); Cynthia Weah and Cynthia Nimely (Senior Female Professionals); Janet Kiazolu and Patience Kawolo (Ravia Angels); Hawa Fatomah (World Girls), Naresa Yeah (Shaita FC) and Decontee Jackson (DC Shooters)

Forwards: Gabrielle Lines and Martha Kolleh (Hippo FC); Blessing Gibson (LEAD), Mamie Kallon (World Girls) and Annieta Tarpeh (Ambassadors FC)

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