December 6, 1983
FC Farul Constanta (ROMANIA)
Tonnerre KC (Cameroon-Loan)
Rivercess Defender (U-14), Inter Allies FC (Div.II-Ghana),
I Division), Ashanti Gold (Ghana, I Diviosion), Nistru Otaci,
(Republic of Moldova, I Diviosion).
Cote díIvoire Vs Liberia 2001
Most improve player (B.F.C.)
1997, Most Valuable Player (BFC) 1998, Best defender (Inter Allies FC)
1999, best midfielder (BFC.) 2000 Most Disciplined Player (B.F.C)
2001-2002. Best Foreign Player (2005)(Oman, Al-Nashr)
16 for BFC, 7 for Inter Allies F.C; and 2
Specialty: Free kick
To play in the ANC and the World Cup and Win Laurels.
Ben Teekloh (born
He previously played with
is one of George Weah's accepted Liberian players. George Weah
recruited him into the senior national team in 2001.
He is a member of the
football team and has 23 caps, including the
2002 African Nations
Cup and the
2008 African Nations
Cup qualifiers. He earned his first cap in 2001 against
As a member of the 2002 African Nations Cup Liberia National team, Ben
Teekloh is among the few multi-purpose players Liberia can vouch of.
He sprung into the Lone Star during the last World Cup Qualifiers and
made his debut against Cote díIvoire in a special tourney in Abidjan
in 2001. The lithe midfielder gifted with lovely skills helped
Cameroonian side TKC to the finals of 2002 CAF Cup that they lose to
reigning holders JS Kabylie of Algeria.
Teekloh is able to line-up in any defensive role, as a full midfielder
or a cum-midfielder.
Heís a defender because of his sweeping roles and ability to wrestle
and dispossess his opponents at great simplicity. Ben Teekloh is a
full midfielder because he is able to spread acute defense splitting
passes and ability to juggle the ball with great pace in the thick and
thin of the game.
Ben doesnít only play as the coach instructs, he plays as the tempo of
game dictates, which makes most coaches comfortable with him.`