Tied for Second Place with Gambia

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Tied for Second Place with Gambia

Post by georgehenries on Sun Jun 01, 2008 4:00 pm

According to this FIFA link: http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/preliminaries/africa/teams/team=43865/index.html
We are currently tied with Gambia.
Is this a good place to start 2010 campiagn.
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it is not a goog start.

Post by dshaun on Sun Jun 01, 2008 4:49 pm

we are thankful we draw the game but, it is not a good start liberia is not good playing in another country.
and another thing, i want to say is, the coach is not doing his job, we pay him to do a good job not to play around us.
he keep our good player on the beanch, i personaly don care about those young guys because they go to liberia to show them self not to go and play for our country. the coach need to know that we love our lone star and we don play with it. he need to put the right player on the field and these player are kelvin, makor, jimmy dixon, george gebro, francis doe, james koko lomell, and dion willam.
guys i am very upset about this. some one need to get this message to him (heys) if not he will not fine sleeping place in liberia.
the reason we take out coach nagbe is, because he was not doing a good job and he was not listening to the liberian people. this the reason we chose him (heys) to lead us to south africa 2010 and angola.

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Re: Tied for Second Place with Gambia

Post by liberian on Mon Jun 02, 2008 2:46 pm

Go easy on the couch. The man tried his best with what he saw. All blame should be place on the LFA & MYS. This couch wanted to assess all the players (locals and professionals) before the Gambia game so he attempted to train all the players in Germany for 2 weeks. And what happened? As usual, the LFA failed the Liberian people when they sat on their fat behind and ruined that opportunity. The couch used mostly locals because he studied them from the friendly against Sudan and Sierra Leone and was convinced they could win. Jimmy played against Libya in their 4 to 2 dribbling of Liberia. I guess the couch felt Jimmy was not up to the task. Doe and Makor arrived in Monrovia just couple of days before the game. Kevin was angry because he was not wearing the captain’s ban. We don’t need immature people to dictate to the couch. Let the man do his job as he sees fit so we can start winning some games here.

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Re: Tied for Second Place with Gambia

Post by Duport Road on Tue Jun 03, 2008 4:36 pm

My dear brother, We all love our Lone Star. The critisism against coach Hey is unfair. Secondly, it would have been unfair to those guys who have paid their due in training camp so to speak (First three test matches) for a player coming in to take their spots especially in the case of player who have performed above par under coach Hey. It was just for Grandpa to come off the bench for several reasons…..but I will give on….not knowlegable of the coach Hey system and assignment for his position. I ask that you hold your judgement for now
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