Liberia: Lone Star U-20 Defender Bestman Starts Training With Swedish Top Club
Monrovia – Liberia youngster Darius Bestman has begun training with Swedish top club Bollklubben Häcken, commonly known as BK Häcken.
The Lone Star Under-20 defender departed Liberia early November to seek greener pasture and started training with Häcken on Tuesday November 8th.
Bestman arrived in Sweden and train with BK Hacken who officials were glad to received the Liberia U-20 International.
By: Christopher C. Walker
According to footage the young central back was very impressive in his first training session.
Darius currently play for LFA Second division side Garderville FC and will be hoping to continue his performance to convince the Swedish side to signed him.
The player departure was as the result of former Liberian. International midfielder Dulee Johnson effort to give talented Liberian players opportunity to achieve the dream.
Johnson is working together with others Liberians and international partners to see Liberian players leave Liberia for greener pastures.
It’s believe that four players are expected to leave Liberia under the Johnson One Goal Agency, player Darius Bestman Cole of Gardnersville FC is the first of many players to benefit from such opportunity, others to join are Divine Teah and Mohammed Fofana who will be going to BK Hacken and Festus Blapoh will be going Newroz FC all in Sweden.
Dulee Johnson and Emmett Glassco are two former Professional players, who are working to see young talents get to Europe. On Tuesday the 8th of November Festus Blapoh and Mohammed Fofana departs ! Asa! for Sweden. The CEO of Johnson One Goal Agency and a former player of BK Hacken who is now a agent said he just want to extend his sincere thanks and appreciation to the Swedish embassy in Monrovia for helping in the visa process for the players. He also praise Montserrado county Senator Saah H. Joseph for his support.
Dulee Johnson also said that others players will be joining their friends shortly. He also encourage clubs to cooperate with him so as to have a smooth movement of players to Europe.
Johnson ! also express his thanks and appreciation to President George Weah who helped him at his early age and took him to Italy for a trial with AC Milan. Dulee Johnson said it’s his !own way of contributing to the growth and development Liberian football.