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The Lone Stars has called up 14 foreign players and seven home-based stars for next month’s matches
Hatayspor’s Mohammed Kamara and Slavia Pague midfielder Oscar Dorley are among the 22 players invited by Liberia to their 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers in September.
The West Africans begin their Group C campaign with a trip to the Teslim Balogun Stadium to fight Nigeria on September 3, before hosting the Central African Republic three days later.
Liberia are aiming to qualify for the World Cup for the first time in their history after advancing to the second round of qualifying with an overall 3-2 victory over neighbors Sierra Leone.
Dorley is one of the notable stars in Peter Butler’s selection after helping Slavia Prague win the Czech League title in the last two seasons.
The 23-year-old midfielder has played seven games in all tournaments this season, including four league games.
Meanwhile, Hatayspor striker Kamara is among the five new invited players who could make their debut with Liberia in Lagos.
Prior to the publication of the team list, coach Butler extended his contract to remain with Lone Stars until at least August 2022.
Goalkeepers: Ashley Williams (RB Linense, Spain), Tommy Sango (LISCR, Liberia), Morlik Keita (Mighty Barrolle, Liberia).
Defenders: Prince Balde (KF Drita, Kosovo), Jeremy Saygbe (RB Linense, Spain), Alvin Maccornel (Watanga, Liberia), Sampson Dweh (LPRC Oilers, Liberia), Daniel Paye (Bea Mountain, Liberia), Teah Dennis (Monrovia Club Breweries ), Liberia), Carlos Williams (Watanga, Liberia).
Midfielders: Abrahim Mohamed Soumaoro (Paeek FC, Cyprus), Murphy Dorley (Slavia Prague, Czech Republic), Marcus Macauley (Sahab FC, Jordan), Terrence Tisdell (Kocaelispor, Turkey), Justin Salmon (Degerfor IF, Sweden), David Tweh (Rukh Brest) , Belarus), Allen Njie (FC Aarau, Switzerland), Abu Kamara (FC Makedonijagjp, Northern Macedonia).
Attackers: Ayouba Kosiah (NAC Breda II, The Netherlands), Kpah Sherman (Kedah Darul Aman FC, Malaysia), Mohammed Kamara (Hatayspor, Turkey) and Van-Dave Harmon (unrelated).