he Lone Star of Liberia have arrived Lagos ahead of Friday’s 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier against the Super Eagles of Nigeria.
Head coach Peter Butler has now drawn up a 23-man squad with his namesake (Peter) Wilson the new inclusion following the little bit of skepticism that was expressed by Kpah Sherman to initially withdraw because of concentrated domestic fixtures.
Mohammed Kamara who scored for Hataspor at the weekend got in on Wednesday morning alongside midfield player Abu Kamara.
The 11 players onboard Air Cote D’Ivore from Monrovia to Lagos met Marcus Macauley, Allen Njei, Oscar Dorley, Peter Wilson, and Terrence Tisdell in Lagos to complete the listing to 18 on the ground.
They are only awaiting the arrival of five more players who should be in Lagos before noon.
The players are Kpah Sherman, Ashley Williams, Jeremy Singbeh, Prince Balde, and David Tweh.
Nigeria and Liberia renew their rivalry dated back to 1975 on Friday inside Teslim Balogun Stadium.
Nigeria have won nine of 14 meetings with latest coming in a 6-1 drubbing of the Lone Star in 2012.
Liberia have won three including a famous 2-1 win at the SKD in July 2001.