Morocco’s U-20 Women’s National team have arrived in Liberia ahead of a two-legged friendly against Liberia U-20 women’s national team.
The Moroccan delegation team arrived in Liberia early Monday. The games are scheduled for December 24 & 28 at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium.
Initially, the games were to be played between Liberia and Morocco U-17 teams, but the Moroccan Football Federation (RMFF), according to report, later said that they were sending their U-20 team.
Before their departure to Liberia, Morocco U-20 women’s national team played two international friendlies in Accra, Ghana. They won the first match 1-0 and lost 4-0 in the return-leg.
A few players of Liberia U-20 team were later called on camp to beef up the squad. Under-20 captain Francisca Howe, Determine Girls duo Pauline Agbostu and Marie Flomo and Goalkeeper Massa Konneh are among players called-up.
According to the Liberia Football Association (LFA), the upcoming friendlies are part of a technical cooperation agreement reached between LFA President Mustapha Raji and Royal Moroccan Football Federation (RMFF) President Faouzi Lekjaa on the sidelines of a FIFA-sponsored seminar on football development and infrastructures in Rabat on 1 February. It covers club development, refereeing, coaching, training camp opportunities and equipment assistance.”