Twenty five local players will move to camp tomorrow, Thursday, April 14, ahead of the Junior Lone Star CAF Under-20 qualifier next weekend in Conakry, Guinea.
According to a release from the LFA, the team will be camped at the Jandy’s Paradise in Marshall, Margibi County.
The Under-20 team must overturn a 2-0 deficit from the first leg in Monrovia in order to advance to the next stage of the qualifier.
Head Coach Christopher Wreh said the team has been involved in intensive training and will continue the drills ahead of departure to Conakry next week.
The 25 players are drawn from local teams taking part in the ongoing Cellcom National League and some players that featured in the just ended national county meet.
The players are Sekou Bayoh, (BYC) Emmanuel Deanneh, (Nimba Utd) Gilbert Okotie, (Gardnersville FC) Solomon Zeah, BYC ll), Titus Yeah, (New Hope FC), Marvin Blapoh (MCB) and Stephen Seameh (LISCR FC).
Others are Sam Jackson, (BYC ll), David Tweh, (BYC), Joshua Milton, (Gardnersville FC), Ketu Jerbo, (ELWA United), Nicholas Andrews, (MCB), Harris Morris, (Nimba United), Edward Selebeh, (Jubilee FC), Ramsey Andrews, (Holder FC), Isaac Paintsil, Markey Morgan, Aaron Jallah, (Jubilee FC) and Frank Ble.
The rest are Prince Balde, (MCB), Fallah Sheriff, (LISCR FC), Mustapha Lomell, (Nimba United), Thomas Johnson, (Small Town FC), Edward Dean, (Nimba United) and Isaac Quirmolue.