By Wleh Bedell
The Turkey-based forward said no one at the LFA has ever reached out to him to play for the senior national team. In an interview, the Hatayspor player noted, “no one at the LFA has ever reached out to me, only the coach reached out to me”.
The player further indicated that the LFA must reach out by engaging players. This way, the players would be able to know and set out their plans order than just sitting and waiting for a game before being reached out to.
First Division Liberian striker Abu Kamara says he will continue to play football to help his club return to the Super Lig and also win the Kosovo Cup. If ‘’l have nobody at the LFA, I will play my football as it’s my job.” The young finisher said.
He also revealed that he played up to the second round of the EUROPA qualifier, scoring a goal during his stint at Slovenian club Vlareja. He stressed that he will not call anybody at the LFA for the sake of playing for the team and said the national team is not for county meet players. Abu maintained that the league in Kosovo is tough and wonder how can players in Kosovo be left out for players in the Liberian league. The former national U-20 striker heaped praises on defender Prince Balde who is showcasing his talent in the Kosovo top flight, describing him as an intelligent and aggressive player and also highlighted Van-Dave Harmon who displayed his skills excellently in Kosovo, noting he is a player with explosive speed and finishing.
The player of the defunct Ganta Black Stars stated that he watched the Lone Stars games with Saudi Arabia and seems he wasn’t much impressed with what he saw during the test match.
The Kosovo-based forward opined that he believes the coach of the Lone Stars is not making independent decisions as there are people giving him names of players who are their interest.
Macaulay Urges Local lads
Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia club Al Jeel attacking midfielder Marcus Macaulay who was on the scoresheet for Liberia against the Saudi Olympic team has urged local players to be hardworking and discipline if they must make headways in their careers. ‘They have the potential but need to be hardworking and discipline if they must move forward in their careers”. Papee Koko Wleh as he is nicknamed urged the lads in a recent interview.
He said in the recent friendlies with the Saudi Arabia Olympic side, local-based players Samson Dweh and the pair of Paye and Ludlum caught his eye by their performance and praised Poland-based striker Peter Wilson whom he said he first saw playing in the match in Saudi Arabia, going on to describe the player as a very good striker.
Main Photo: Abu Kamara, Liberia Sports Online