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Solomon Grimes meets new boy Theo Weeks

 

By T. Kla Wesley Jr.
September 24 2015

The Cyprus first division football league will resumed this weekend with some exciting matches across the country but all focus will be at the 2,500 seated Aradippou Stadium where fans will gather to watch two of Liberia international players battling each other.

For the first time in the Cyprus first division, football fans are expected to watch two Liberian internationals go against each other.

Cyproit football league new comer Theo Weeks Lewis of Ermis Aradippou who has four (4) points from their first four (4) league games will welcome Solomon Grimes high flying Nea Salamis who are seated 7th on a 14 team log with six (6) points from four (4) games.

With the recent winning form of Nea Salamis, Solomon Grimes is expecting a victory but a tough match. In an interview with Grimes , he stated " It will be a tough match. I'm not underestimating Ermis but I'm confident of my club Nea Salamis getting all three points. It's always a great feelings playing against your brother in a football league most especially when in the top flight league in Europe."

Nea Salamis who lost their first two games before the just ended international break has discovered their winning form in their last two matches with a 3-1 victory away at Ayia Napa and an impressive 2-0 victory over giant Apollon with Grimes playing a major part in the process.

While midfield maestro Theo Weeks will lead the defensive department in the middle to ensure his Ermis collects their second three points of the season. Ermis has managed to get just a win from four matches.

LFA LEAGUE ON HOLD

 

 

 

By Varflay Kamara,
Gbarnga City Bong County
varflaykamara@gmail.com
+231-+886931744/+231770581886

Radio Gbarnga Sports has gathered that the Liberia Football Association has suspended all major leagues.

Making the disclosure to Radio Gbarnga Sports Friday via a Facebook chat, LFA Secretary General Alphonso Armah said the decision was reached through the competition committee during the week.

He said the LFA was resolved to halt all leagues due to Liberia’s tough match with Tunisia at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia on September 5.

Mr. Armah told Radio Gbarnga Sports that this will give the FA and technical staff of the national team chance to concentrate on the tough match with the North Africans in Monrovia.

Liberia needs to win the match to get back on track in an effort to play in the finals of the 2017 Africa Cup of nations after losing to Togo 2-1 in the first leg of her qualifying campaign in Lome, Togo.

The Tunisia national football team (Arabic: منتخب تونس لكرة القدم), nicknamed Les Aigles de Carthage (The Eagles of Carthage or The Carthage Eagles) are leaders in Group A after whipping Djibouti 7-1 in the first leg of the their qualifying campaign.

Major leagues are expected to resume Sunday September 6 with players in action across the Country.

While the leagues resume the next day, LoneStar head coach James Debbah and assistant Kelvin Sebweh will leave for Germany for further training after the match, according to FA president and FIFA presidential hopeful Musa Bility.

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