Liberia’s number one goalie, Nathaniel Sherman left to Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire yesterday (Tuesday) for visa to seek treatment in India.
CAF and FIFA Match Commissioner, G. Andy Quarmie escorted the injured goalie.
The Chairman of the Lone Star Mobilization Committee, Rep. Edwin M. Snowe, made the disclosure yesterday during a Radio morning show.
The Montserrado County District # 6 Representative said the medical trip is intended to save “goalie Sherman.”
LFA president Musa Bility also said the abroad medical treatment is underwritten in partnership with the Ministry of Youth and Sports.
On Wednesday – two days to Liberia verses Tunisia encounter, goalie Sherman, was involved in an accident.
According to sources while he was communicating on his mobile phone, Sherman slammed into a transparent glass at the Stone Haven Hotel where the national team was camping, and sustained serious facial injury.
He was rushed to the John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital and later released but was recommended to seek advance treatment.
Sherman, 24, started his career in 2008, with UMC Roots, Nimba United and now with is with BYC I, and has been the goalkeeper for the national team since 2011.