Englishman Peter James Butler has released a 22-man squad list for the Lone Star’s final two matches in the Qatar 2022 FIFA World qualifiers for African countries.
Liberia will host the Super Eagles of Nigeria and the Wild Beast of Central African Republic (CAR) on Match-day five and six at the Stadé Ibn Batouta in Morocco.
Butler’s men will meet Nigeria on November 13 before hosting the Central Africans three days after to bring down curtains on their World Cup qualifiers journey.
Lone Star’s Manager Peter Butler has named three uncapped players in a 22-man squad for the final World Cup qualifiers contests.
Watanga FC’s goalkeeper, Derrick Julu, defenders Mark Pabai of PEC Zwolle in the Netherlands, and Jamal Arago of Sabail FK in Azerbaijan are the newest inclusion in the squad for the first time.
Pabai finally accepted to play for Liberia, having first been invited for the back-to-back 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers with Chad in October 2019.
The 21-year-old moved to the Netherlands with his family aged six years old.
Arago featured for the Black Satellites during the qualifiers for the 2013 Africa Youth Championship but did not make the final squad due to injury.
The 28-year-old, who also has two under-20 friendly caps for Ghana, qualifies to play for Liberia through his grandmother.
Goalkeeper Boison Wynney de Souza, midfielder Justin Paul Salmon and striker Peters Wilson and Sylvanus Nimely are recalled to the fold.
Ashley Williams is dropped for the first time since making his Lone Star debut in 2018.
Jeremy Saygbe who was expelled from the Lone Star’s camp due to disciplinary reason last month remained on the sidelines as well.
Liberia sit at the bottom of Group-C with three points after suffering a back-to-back defeat to the Blue Sharks of Cape Verde last month.
Nigeria lead Group-C with nine points, with Cape Verde trailing at the second spot on a two-point deficit.The Wild Beast are positioned third with 4 points.
Winner of the ten groups in the qualifiers for African countries will advance to the next playoff round which will be played on a home and away format, with five teams making the five slots available for Africa in the Qatar World Cup finals next year.
Lone Star’s final squad list:
Goalkeepers: Derrick Julu (Watanga FC), Tommy Songo (LISCR FC) and Boison Wynney de Souza (FC Someșul Dej, Romania)
Defenders: Sampson Dweh and Ben Benaiah (LPRC Oilers); Alvin Maccornel and Carlos Williams (Watanga FC); Prince Balde (FC Drita, Kosovo), Jamal Arago (Sabail FK, Azerbaijan) and Mark Pabai (PEC Zwolle, Netherlands)
Midfielders: Abrahim Mohammed “Brem” Soumaoro (PAEEK FC, Cyprus), Seth Kanteh Hellberg (IK Brage, Sweden), Allen Njie (FC Aarau, Switzerland), Marcus Macauley (Sahab FC, Jordan), Oscar Murphy Dorley (Slavia Prague, Czech Republic), Justin Paul Salmon (Degerfors IF, Sweden) and Abu Kamara (FC Makedonija, North Macedonia)
Forwards: Peter Wilson (Olympiakos Nicosia, Cyprus), Moussa Sanoh (CS Mioveni, Romania), Van Dave Harmon (KF Laci, Albania), Kpah Sherman (Kedah FC, Malaysia) and Sylvanus Nimely (Ilves, Finland).