A 32-man Liberia Football Association (LFA) delegation arrived in Alexandria, Egypt at 03:00GMT (5:00AM local time) early Wednesday, 29 September ahead of an international friendly expected between the local national teams of both countries at the Borg El Arab Stadium on 30 September confirmed the LFA.
The delegation, which is based at the Tolip Family Club Borg El Arab hotel, left Monrovia onboard an ASKY airline on 28 September for Accra, Ghana.
They boarded an Ethiopian airline from Accra to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and from Addis to Cairo, Egypt.
The delegation is headed by LFA President Mustapha Raji and includes Deputy Sports Minister Andy Quamie, Nimba Kwado President Tomah Seh Floyd, Jr. and LFA media manager Danesius Marteh.
Others are head coach Peter Butler, deputy coach Christopher Wreh, goalkeeping coach Sunday Seah, physical trainer George Gebro, administrative manager Sebastian Collins, team doctor Torsou Jallabah, medic Boakai Abu Kamara and equipment manager Tommy Johnson.
Liberia will use the match to prepare for back-to-back World Cup qualifiers against Cape Verde next month.
Butler’s squad is reduced by one man with striker Van Dave Harmon who was on trial in Egypt called up by FC Laci of Albania.
The delegation will return to Monrovia on 2 October.
Goalkeepers: Alpha Eshaka Jalloh (LPRC Oilers), Tommy Gbayeh Songo’s (LISCR FC) and Morlik Keita (Mighty Barrolle)
Defenders: Teah Baysah Dennis, Fred Gaye and Prince Kennedy (Monrovia Club Breweries); Sampson Kargeoh Dweh and Ben David Benaiah (LPRC Oilers) and Alvin Maccornel and Carlos Kofa Williams (Watanga FC)
Midfielders: Julius Echo Quellie and Frederick Dennis (Tony FC); Fred Brooks (LPRC Oilers), Kelvin Barclay (Watanga FC), Sam Jackson (LISCR FC), Benjamin Jerteh Sackor (Monrovia Club Breweries) and Edward Ledlum (Bea Mountain)
Forwards: Terry Sackor (LPRC Oilers), Joseph Melto Quiah (LISCR FC), Divine Roosevelt Teah (Massa youth football club).