The delegation of the Liberian national football team arrived in Morocco yesterday evening, Wednesday, to continue its preparations for the match that brings it together with its Moroccan counterpart, the day after tomorrow, Saturday, at the Adrar Stadium in Agadir, for the final round of the tournament. African Nations Cup qualifiersscheduled to take place early next year in Côte d’Ivoire.
The Liberian national team delegation is headed by John Mulbah, a member of the Liberian Football Association, and is accompanied by 23 players, members of the technical, medical and administrative staff, and some companions, with the exception of players William Gibor and Dionysius Harmon, who preceded the Liberian national team delegation to Morocco.
The Moroccan Football Federation has placed the stadium attached to the “Adrar” stadium in Agadir, at the disposal of the Liberia national team to conduct some training sessions before the match, with the final training session taking place tomorrow, Friday, on the ground of the main stadium that will host the match, at the same time as its start (eight p.m. local time). In implementation of the recommendations of the African and International Unions.
It is held by Ansoma Keita, national team coach LiberiaHe held a press conference, tomorrow morning, Friday, in the conference hall in Agadir, to shed light on the match between his country and its Moroccan counterpart, and the goals expected from it, after it was excluded from the competition for one of the two qualification tickets to the African Cup of Nations finals.
The Liberian national team failed to secure the qualification ticket, after losing in the first leg against… Morocco With two unanswered goals, before tying with South Africa in Johannesburg by two goals, then losing at home to Bafana Bafana again by two goals to one, finishing third in the group with one point.
New faces on the Moroccan list
For his part, Walid Regragui, coach of the Moroccan national team, will hold a media conference tomorrow, Friday, in the conference hall of the Adrar Stadium, starting at six-thirty in the evening, to shed light on his country’s latest preparations for the match against Liberia, for the last round of qualifiers for the 2024 African Cup of Nations finals in Kout. d’ivoire.
Regragui is scheduled to talk about the preparations that the Moroccan national team has undergone since last Monday, the atmosphere surrounding the camp after new players joined the group, and the goals of the match, in addition to his evaluation of the performance of some players.