Liberia plan big for Eagles

Reports from Liberia has confirmed that the country has concluded plans to send a three man advance party to Calabar ahead of  next weekend’s  Nations cup qualifier.
Deputy chairperson of the Lone Star Mobilization Committee, Senator Geraldine Doe-Sherif, is expected to lead the high power delegation to Calabar.
Pic: Liberia's Sekou Oliseh
The advance party we gathered will amongst other things, check and book suitable and conducive hotel; provide advice for the team’s acclimatization, as well as the food and water.

Meanwhile Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has promised the Lone stars three hundred thousand dollars bonus should they beat Nigeria to the AFCON 2013 ticket next weekend.

President Johnson-Sirleaf Promised to hand the team the money should they be able to beat the Eagles or play out a draw above 2-2.

This means, if the team wins or draws above 2-2 with the Super Eagles next Saturday, each player will be about US$10,000 (or L$730,000) richer, excluding their match bonus.

Liberia’s First appearance in the Nations cup was in South Africa in 1996.
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