Ralph Cherbo Geeplay
Liberian international, Dioh Williams is making noise to be called back to the national team ahead of crucial fixtures, [for the Lone Stars], as he continue his fine form in the Swedish league, scoring twice this weekend as he led his side to a 2-1 victory over Helsingborg. By claiming all three points in this win, he has taken his team 7th place overall on the log.
The three points landed Gefle on 32 points from 24 matches in the Allsvenskan, the Swedish League.
This weekend, his two goals came in the 23 and 38 minutes against Helsingborg—and was all that matters, and Williams hot boots says he deserves a recall as Coach Debbah bank dependable scorers, with Liberia and Tunisia squaring off both at three points each below Togo on the billboard in the afcons qualifier, but the Cartage Eagles at an advantage, with goal difference.
Williams is establishing himself as the lead scorer and playmaker, and his feats the last two weeks say he is a Gefle IF most dependable winger.
Against Djurgården in the Swedish league a week ago, as he faced off another Liberian, Sam Johnson, Dioh’s two assists with Gefle If saw the team winning 2-1 against the visiting side in the Swedish capital of Stockholm.
William’s two assists came when he set up Johan Oremo in the 5th minute and provided his second, in the 13th minute.
The Liberian international have scored six goals and provided three assists from 21 matches. New Liberian coach James Debbah has said, he will only invite players to the team who are currently in fine form, and Williams is making a case he deserves a return. Already top scorer Francis Doe has sneaked back in, having been ignored by Debbah previously, and it was his lone goal for the Lone stars against Tunisia at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium weeks ago that give coach James Salinsa Debbah his first win after a string of loses, and the difference maker.
The 31-year old Dioh who is in top form at Swedish topflight has won 17 caps for his country, scoring five times. His home and away strikes against Senegal in the 2010 World Cup qualifier, with German trainer Anthony Hay in the dugout proves the steel he brings, when given the chance.
Dioh Williams is in the twilight of his career, and might want to prove a thing or two as he exits soon to give way to the younger generation. Some say he could help the national team in its campaign to secure a place in the 2015 afcons qualifiers ahead of matches Liberia is expected to play, in a tight group, that includes Togo, Tunisia, and Djibouti.
Striker Dioh Williams pic: www.sporten.tv.2.dk