Coach Peter Butler and crew departed for Lagos on Tuesday at 1630Hrs to do battle with Nigeria and Central African Republic (CAR) in Qatar World Cup 2022 qualifiers on 3 an 6 September respectively.
Four overseas players, seven local lads, and a hosts of the entire delegation headed by EC Jodie Seton will board Air Côte d’Ivoire bound Murtala Muhammed International Airport.
The four overseas players are Abrahim Mohammed Soumaoro, Justin Salmon, Ayouba Kosiah, and Van-Dave Harmon. The seven local players are Sampson Dweh, Alvin Maccornel, Carlos Williams, Tommy Songo, Morlik Keita, Teah Dennis, and Daniel Paye.
EC Seton leads the delegation that is inclusive of Deputy Minister for Sports G. Andy Quamie, Rep Dixon Seboe, Lone Star Administrative Manager Sebastian Collins, Head Coach Peter Butler, Assistant Coach Christopher Wreh and Trainer George Gebro.
Others include Head Doctor Tousou Y. Jallabah, Goalkeeper trainer Sunday Sieh, Physiotherapist Patrick Konuwa, and Kit man Sunnyboy Mason.
There is one journalist from Spoon Group of Companies in James Flomo who is traveling on the Lone Star plane alongside LFA Deputy Communication Manager, Gologo Benjamin Garkpah.
The flight is expected to land in the West African city of Lagos by 2100Hrs because of few transits along the coast.