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Debbah Assembles the Lone Stars for Liberia /Tunisia Crucial Nations Cup Qualifier: Jebor, Weeks, Laffor and Johnson Lead the line

By Boakai Kamara 

The Head Coach of the Liberia National football team has released the list of players to be feature in Liberia’s most crucial Nation’s Cup decider, the game against Tunisia on Saturday, September 3 in Tunis. Coach James Salinsa Debbah has invited over 20 foreign and local based players for the crunch match that will determine whether Liberia goes to Gabon 2017 Nations Cup Finals. The team has  recalled Serbian-based defender Omega Roberts Alamadine, Lithuanian-based Murphy Dorley, Dominic Tarpeh Doe who plays his club football in South Africa and young Van Dave Harmon who plays in Senegal. William Jebor, Theo Weeks, Anthony Laffor, Teah Dennis and Dioh Williams are among the notable regulars recalled by Debbah for the match. The team selected by Debbah will also line up against the Local Atlas Lions of Morocco in an international friendly on Wednesday, August 31, 2016. James Debbah told Liberia Football Today he's gong to Tunisia to secure qualification. Debbah is happy the friendly match with Morocco will give him the opportunity to properly assess the players. The National team head Coach is hopeful the players will implement the tactics and strategy in order for GABON 2017 be a reality. Liberia tops Group A of the qualifier with 10 points ahead of Tunisia on head to head record. See the list of players below: Goalkeepers GALLAY JAMES GBAYEH TOMMY SONGO Defenders SOLOMON ISAAC GRIMES ZEON TROKON TEAH DENNIS OMEGA ROBERTS ALAMADINE GLAY DIRKIR DORBOR GIZZIE DOMINIC TARPEH DOE HILTON VARNEY JOEL JOHNSON Midfielders LEWIS THEO WEEKS MURPHY DORLEY NYUMAH SAAH B ANTHONY SNOTI LAFFOR VAN DAVE HARMON DIOH CLARENCE WILLIAMS Attackers WILLIAM JEBOR SAM GARYAHZON JOHNSON CONNEH SEKU EMILE DAMEY DAUDA BORTU EDWARD JUNIOR WILSON MARK PAYE

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