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[Liberia] Anderson Identifies with Women’s under-17 Ahead of friendlies


Alfred Anderson, a Liberian based in the United States of America, has identified with the women’s under-17 squad ahead of their international friendlies with Morocco.

Anderson was accompanied by former Liberia Football Association (LFA) secretary-general Yanqueh Borsay.

He donated a bag containing 93 t-shirts, 25 bottles to keep water or juice, 76 batches/pins and 31 rain coats at the George Weah technical center in Careysburg on 16 December.

The donation was received by LFA Vice President Sekou Konneh, who thanked Anderson for his patriotic and unsolicited support to women’s football.

Liberia will now meet Morocco at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS) on 24 December and 28 December.

A Moroccan delegation will arrive on 20 December in Monrovia to honor the friendlies and depart for Rabat on 29 December.

The friendlies are part of a technical cooperation agreement reached between LFA 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.

Liberia women’s under-17 head coach Jenkins Doe has called-up 25 players for the friendlies.

Liberia began a training camp on 12 December.

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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