Watanga FC

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Watanga FC
Full name Watanga Football Club
Nickname(s) Watanga FC
Founded December 24, 1997
Ground
Monrovia, Liberia
Chairman Liberia Andy Quamie
Manager Arab Dei Fofana
League Liberian Premier League
2013–14 4th

Watanga Football Club was founded on December 24, 1997. The club was named after the Watanga military camp established just outside Monrovia by former members of the rebel movement at the end of the first civil war in 1996. The current president of the Liberia Football Association, Musa Bility, is from Watanga FC. Watanga's current president, Dee-Maxwell S. Kemayah, is also the president of the Liberia Business Association. The club was a finalist in the LFA Cup in October 7, 2012.

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Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Liberia GK Jackson Wleh Doryen
Liberia GK George Pratt
Liberia GK Ezekiel Doekpa
Liberia DF Alfred Coleman
Liberia DF Ottis Gibson
Liberia DF Buster Mondeth
Liberia DF John Wolobah Mulbah
Liberia DF Benedict Geekor
Liberia DF Natt Slober
Liberia DF Emmanuel Smith
Liberia MF Arnold Williams
Liberia MF Leon Power
No. Position Player
Liberia MF Napoleon King
Liberia MF Veekie Wilson
Liberia MF James Tigana
Liberia FW Zayzay Kollie
Liberia FW Alex Whitemore
Liberia FW Hanson Harmon
Liberia FW James Kojo
Liberia FW Michael Gibson
Liberia FW Samuel Mcgee
Liberia FW Alfred Coleman

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