Anthony Lafor Want To Quit Lone Star
Lone star skipper Anthony Lafor has on Tuesday December 27th
announced his decision that he want to quit playing for
Liberia national team Lone Star as captain and player.
Lafor disclosed his decision to a local sport journalist
Weah Harris on Tuesday morning: Lafor said the downbeat
attitude and unappreciated response he is receiving from
Lone Star fans regarding him as the stoning block to the
progression of the national team is leading him in the
direction of wanting to quit.
“I am considering a decision to quit the national team
appearance for now, but it not my finally decision, I am
still studying things”, Lafor noted.
The national team skipper Anthony Lafor has played in more
than fifteen international matches for the national team
without netting a single goal over the past years.
Lafor is a regular goal netter for SuperSport United in the
South African premiership, two midfielders are charge with
the responsibility to provide ball for his as the club point
striker, but is a different at Lone Star.