Liberian players shine in Sweden

There were couple of Liberian players functioned across the Northern part of Sweden during the 2013 football season that just ended in that part of Sweden.

Former 3rd Division side Sundsvall IFK and 2nd Division club Harnosands FF Liberian striker Anthony Allison functioned the season with 1st Division outfit Umea FC under the coaching order of former Monrovia FC Sweden coach Johan.

Ball winning midfielder Abraham Lansana was a rightful selection for Harnosands FF during the 2013 preseason, and he managed to ground the defensive block of Harnosands FF during the 2013 that saw the club finished in 3rd spot on the table with 36 points from 22 matches in the Norra Division two session of Swedish football.

Liberian striker BamakeToure slipped out of the hands of Harnosands FF during their 2013 pre-season and established himself in the 3rd Division with Solleftea GIF FF scoring 11 goals from 14 matches. He was hugely supplied with balls from his country-man NuzohnKulala that was super in the middle for Solleftea GIF FF league matches and the club finished 7th on the log with 25 points from 22 matches.

Liberian center defender Abraham Jallah started the 3rd division season on a bad footing with former champion Junsele IF that suffered some defeats from the start of the season, but the club improved their tactics during the mid-season break and ended the season in the 9th spot on the table with 22 points from 22 matches.

In Harnosands city, defender Prince Somah was a solid leg for IF Algarna IF but the Liberian defender missed the closing stage of the season.

Three Liberians started the with Betsele IF that was brilliant during the first phase of the season, Striker James Teaway, left-back Lee Gahl and defensive block Andrew Nagbe were all excellent for the club.

Harnosands FF amateur club offensive man Edward Johnson ran down the wing during the season and they finished in the promotional playoff slot on the zone lining in the amateur division.

Ephraim Harris had a starting point at JIF but ended it in the north of Sweden.

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