A 29-person Liberia Football Association (LFA) delegation left Monrovia on March 17 for Conakry, Guinea to honor a 2022 FIFA women’s under-17 second round World Cup qualifier, LFA disclosed on Thursday.
The second leg takes place at the Lasana Conté Stadium in Conakry at 16:00 GMT (4:00 PM Liberia time) on March 20, 2022.
Liberia came from behind twice to settle to a 2-2 against the Guineans in the first-leg at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium.
According to a release from LFA, the delegation is headed by Executive Committee member Beatrice Kpoto. The delegation includes head coach Famatta Dean, goalkeeping coach Chris Wesseh, administrative manager Constance Maima Bowman-Prempeh, medic Lydia Grant-Boi, equipment manager Cecelia Alpha, Supreme TV sports editor Roland Bandorkai and chauffeurs Ensa Varney and Daoda Dolley.
Liberia’s men’s under-20 coach Tapha Manneh and men’s under-17 coach Ansu Keita are also traveling with the delegation as technical assistants, the release added.
Blanco FC goalkeeper Asata Dulleh, midfielder Aline Capehart and striker Edwardline Jackson of Ambassadors have been dropped for violating the national team’s code of conduct.
The aggregate winner will meet the aggregate winner from Ghana versus Senegal in the third round.
Goalkeepers: Martha Sayon (Shaita Angels) and Rhoda Wiefue (Blanco FC)
Defenders: Blessing Browne and Irene Marie Butler (LEAD MFA); Irene Tamba (New Georgia Super Stars); Princess Bogar (Brakay FC), Aminata Dorley (United Girls) and Malusu Blama (Shaita Angels)
Midfielders: Louise Brown (Soccer Ambassadors), Nelresa Teah and Dorcas Acquah (Shaita Angels); Gloria Targbe (Ambassadors), Hawa Ellen Fatomah (World Girls), Zeta Massa Kromah (LEAD MFA)
Forwards: Jessica Quachi (LEAD MFA), Makasian Saryon (Ravia Angels), Hannah Jah (New Georgia Super Stars), Wonder Juery (Soccer Ambassadors