Liberia is blessed with talents. They’re abundance around the World playing soccer and other sports. These promising youngsters mostly football stars are plying their soccer trade in other parts of the World making head waves.
The talents are also making themselves proud and flying the names of their Ancestries or roots to the top.
In this light,Liberia Sports International (LSI) the champions of discovering Liberian players outside, takes a look at some of Liberian -born football talents, showcasing their genius skills and footballing trade in Europe and other part of the World.
Our scout team is doing their optimist best to bring every talents Liberian Soccer players out there to the Liberia Football Association. LSI quest is to see a formidable Liberian National team at every levels and in all Sports.
We will continue the good work to track, players with Liberian heritage,who could be a boost to our National team. Here is the list of five players with Liberian background playing abroad that would be a helped to our National teams.
Soumahoro is a Dutch -Liberian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Waasland-Beveren (reserve team) in the Belgium Jupiter League. He was born in Addo Den Haag, Netherlands to Liberians parents.
As a teenager Soumahoro begin to forward his secondary education in Nijmegen, Netherlands and also play football. The fast and energetic youngster, last April 2019 signed his first professional contract with Beveren and is viewed as the future of the Wase Wolven first-team squad, as he look to start a new leaf in his professional career with the hopes of playing an International football.
The youngster have already had a successful youth fields, with the Netherlands Under-15&16 National teams and is growing up as a perfectly footballer. He is fast, has good infiltrations in his legs and knows how to use the space well.also has a nose for goals.
He already has a few selections in the Dutch national youth selections. He is fast, has good infiltrations in his legs and knows how to use the space well. Soumahoro also has a nose for goals. And might a perfect addition to the Liberian team for the future.
Already, 17, this year Kemo Soumahoro does not need a change association to represent Liberia, because he is yet to play an International football game for Netherlands, moreover his two caps with the Orange youth teams are all friendly games.
Neneh Kamara is Belguim -born Liberian footballer currently playing for MVV Maastricht U21 in the Netherlands. Kamara was born in Tongeren, Belgium to a Belgian father and a Liberian Mother.
The 17-year-old attacking sensation doesn’t need a change in association to play for Liberia given the fact, he is yet to feature for the Dutch National team.
Kamara is prolific goal-scorer having made five assists in the Dutch Youth league.
His finishing is strong while his style of play shows he likes to do layoffs, has a massive counter attack threat, indirect set-piece threat, likes to play long balls and he is also a very good dribbler.
Kamara can be a good addition to our Youth team and can further excel with the Senior Liberia National team in few years to come.
Tonny Temple is a Liberian Professional footballer currently plying his soccer trade with Bethlehem Steel (now known as Philadelphia Union II), playing 18 matches (4 goals) in the United Soccer League (USL). He was born in Monrovia, but on 2 September 2000.
Temple move with his family in the United States at an early age and began his career through College football with the NC State Wolfpack (North Carolina State University) playing 15 games including two starts.
The former North Carolina University forward Tonny Temple had a unique path to becoming a member of the Philadelphia Union soccer team after his recent show cast with the club in a pre-season Jamboree.
Born in Liberia during its Civil War, Temple was adopted by a U.S. family at a young age and moved to Pennsylvania. He then had to overcome a heart scare in high school, before coming to Raleigh to play for the Wolfpack and than to Philadelphia Union 2.
Sanney Geleya Carlos
Sanney Geleya Carlos is without a shadow of a doubt one of the brightest prospects in African football and could be a great addition to the Liberian National team. His speed is amazing and dribbles accuracy is remarkable.
The former Dynamo Kyiv (Ukraine)and Wydad Casablanca (Morocco) Youth Team forward Carlos currently plays as a forward for Nigerian giant Lobi Stars.
He joined the club early this year and netted one goal in three matches, thus far in the Nigerian Premier League. A very promising talent whose services would contributes greatly to Liberian national team.
Meme Dore Aminata
Meme Dore Aminata -known as Dore Aminata is a Dutch-Liberian footballer who plays as a attacking midfielder for SO Soest in the Dutch Amateur Eerste Class the fouthier League in Holland.
Meme Dore Aminata is in his second season at SO Soest, he was born in Monrovia and move to Netherlands when he was eight years old with his family and started playing soccer in School.
Aminata later move to De Meern academy to exercise his talent before being discovered playing football on a field by the scout team of FC Utrecht who than opted to sign the talented Liberian midfielder. He played two years with the club and later moved to FC Den Bosch.
Aminata played a short terms with Den Bosch and joined SO Soest for an undisclosed fee to further developed his career. The promising doesn’t need any paper work to play for Liberia at youth competition,because he had never played for any youth National team.