Celtics are keen on Liberia striker Sam Johnson but face competition from two European clubs, according to the Scottish Sun. Europa League winners Sevilla and Russian giants Spartak Moscow are also said to be keen on Johnson, who plays for Swedish outfit Djurgardens, according to data for Soccer Channel. He’s an interesting player, says sports
Anthony Laffor bagged a hat-trick in a 3-0 win over the University of Pretoria to clinch a seventh Absa Premiership title for Malemodi Sundowns at Tuks Stadium in Pretoria on Wednesday evening. Like they did two years ago, Sundowns strolled past a Tshwane rival to wrap up the 2015/2016 league title with two games remaining.
Liberian International Sam Johnson has been in terrific scoring form since he returned to base in Sweden after national duties against Djibouti. The Liberian international who scored his first international goal for country in March has scored five times since the Swedish championship known as the Allsvenskan began. He is the top scorer so far
By Edwin Dolo (Insight Sports Liberia) Liberian international midfielder Tonia Tisdell will be playing in the Turkish top flight after helping his club Osmanlispor gain promotion from the PTT 1 Lig. Tisdell scored one of the three goals for his club in their 3-2 win over Antalyaspor on Sunday in the penultimate match of the
Port Elizabeth – Bongani Zungu scored the winner as Mamelodi Sundowns edged Ajax Cape Town 4-3 on penalties to claim the 2015 Nedbank Cup in dramatic fashion at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth on Saturday. Abbubaker Mobara had a chance to win it for the Urban Warriors from the spot, but after
The Musa Bility led administration ends its tenure this March since getting a four-year mandate in March 2010 following a tsunami victory over incumbent president Cllr. Izetta Wesley. If you quite recall, during and after the election, the Bility team made some real promises, all aimed at lifting football in Liberia. Sure, a lot of