Liberian Football Association (LFA) has seen another inspection of CAF on its National Stadium suffer the disapproval to host the FIFA 2022 World Cup Qualifiers.
And as such, the football association on Friday announced Tangier in Morocco as the venue for the country's home games in the next round of the World Cup Qualifiers.
It will be recalled that before the commencement of the qualifiers, Sam Konyon stadium was presented for inspection by the Liberia FA but the African Soccer governing body refused to approve it.
And that made the Lone Stars play their home match in the qualifier against Cape Verde at Accra Sports Stadium in Ghana.
CAF's inspection team revisited the Sam Konyon stadium again last weekend but it still not up to the standard expected of it even after some facelift that has been carried out and refused to approve it again.
Liberia will host Nigeria’s Super Eagles on matchday 5 in Morocco before hosting the Central African Republic in the final matchday.
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