He made his international debut for Liberia in 2003 and has played in FIFA World Cup qualifying matches. In June 2012, Laffor was expelled from the squad ahead of a 2013 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier. In March 24, 2013, he scored his first goal for Liberia against Uganda at the Samuel Kanyon Doe (SKD) Complex in Paynesville. Laffor has represented Liberia 46 times scoring four goals. culled from the frontpageafricaonline Op-ed 

Laffor quits Lone Stars, calls Chris Wreh “unprofessional”

    Monrovia – Former Liberian captain Anthony Laffor has announced that he is leaving the national team because he cannot work with “an unprofessional coach”. Laffor on Sunday, October 13, broke the news on his Facebook page saying he will wait for the old generation of coaches before he can play for Liberia, a statement in reference to deputy coach Christopher Wreh’s comment after Lone Star’s 3-1 victory over Sierra Leone on September 4, 2019 in Monrovia. “Sam Johnson is our new Captain. I say it,” Wreh had said when…

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He added: “I, Zoely Zoe or Tarplah Z. Davies, will never ever sit down in this America when Henry Costa and his likes who are thinking about covertly overthrowing the Government of Liberia and thinking about looting the resources of our country. When they carry out their wicked plan, I will not sit in this America and witness my country in chaos. I will defend my properties, I will defend my government and people, I will defend my family and do everything possible to ensure that those people who have their devilish intention of trying to subvert the Constitution, their plans are reverted and the Constitution will take over. News 

“I will kill them”: Former U.S. army personnel threatened Liberian citizens

—-after the terrorist threats Davis gets a high appointment to sensitive security position ___________________ MONROVIA – President George Weah has appointed the man who threatened to “kill” would-be protestors of the ‘Weah Step Down Campaign’ and critics of Pres. Weah as Deputy Minister of Defense for Operations. He was named to the position over the weekend, despite holding American citizenship. Few days preceding to his appointment, Mr. Tarplah Z. Davis, went live on Facebook and openly expressed his disgust for critics of the President and planners of protest in Liberia.…

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