Liberian Player inspires team to crucial win

A celebrated young Liberian quality striker, who is playing at the heart of 2nd division FC NFC Brommer in Holland, was influential in the team’s 4-3 victory over its tier, FC Muiderberg on Sunday, according to reports.  The crucial win puts the club in the 3rd place with 28 points, while FC Muiderberg remains in the 4th with 25 points.

 The NFC Brommer’s star man, who has been vital so far this season, has now become the lead striker, playing the number 10 role and reaping the rewards of playing regular football.  According to reports, Youssif Sherif has been the architect for NFC Brommer attacking potency and clinical finishing. The intricate play from the young Liberian star leads to assisting teammates or scoring himself.

 In the match against FC Muiderberg, Youssif sliced through the Muiderbert side defense and put them to the sword, with two assists and cause one of the Muiderbertian defenders to be sent off the pitch when he blocked a diagonal free-kick shot from rattling the net.

“For one of such a young age, Sheriff’s awareness and tactical ability is brilliant and possesses superb composure whilst in possession,” a teammate twittered. “The home team FC Muiderberg got a 40-minute red card because of my free-kick shot when he stopped with his hands, which resulted to a goal and the first half ended in 2-1 for the home team FC Muiderberg. “In the 2nd half I gave a pass for the 2-2 tied in the 62nd minute and in the 69th minute, we increased the tally to 2-3, and five minutes later, we make it 2-4,” said the Liberian young star.

“The coach took me out of the field in 80th minute and in the 90th minute the home team makes it 3-4,” Youssif wrote.  Reports further said it had been a good solid start to the Dutch second division league (dutch 2di le),  from NFC Brommer campaign, but have struggled of late, and that Youssiff  has been one of the huge reasons for the club determination to either qualify through the ongoing league or the pending playoff.

“His vision and creativity opens up defenses and creates goal scoring chances for fellow teammates, as well as having the ability to score himself. He has netted two goals in seven games playing the number 10 role and give 11 assists, and scored eight goals while playing a supporting striking role position and gave four assist as the number 9,” another teammate twittered.

He added: “His vision and creativity opens up defences and creates goal scoring chances for fellow teammates, as well as having the ability to score himself.” Youssif joined FC NFC Brommer on a permanent deal after a protracted loan in 2010 and is one of Liberia’s semi enterprising professional player.

In the midst of the 22-year-old quests for a call to national duty, he maintained that a selection of right players can make a good team to pull the deserving results and nothing can stop them from achieving their goal.A celebrated young Liberian quality striker, who is playing at the heart of 2nd division FC NFC Brommer, has been influential in the team’s 4-3 victory over its tier, FC Muiderberg on Sunday in the Netherland, according to reports.

The crucial win puts the Club in the 3rd place with 28 points, while FC Muiderberg remains in the 4th with 25 points.

The NFC Brommer’s star man who has been vital so far this season has now become the lead striker, playing the number 10 role and reaping the rewards of playing regular football. According to reports, Youssif has been the architect for NFC Brommer attacking potency and clinical finishing. The intricate play from the young Liberian star leads to assisting teammates or scoring himself.

Against FC Muiderberg in the Dutch 2nd division league on Sunday, Youssif sliced through the Muiderbert sides defence and put them to the sword, with two assists and cause one of the Muiderbertian defenders to be sent off the pitch when he blocked a diagonal free-kick shot from rattling the net.

“For one of such a young age, Sheriff’s awareness and tactical ability is brilliant and possesses superb composure whilst in possession,” a teammate twittered him.

“The home team FC Muiderberg got a 40 minute red card because of my free-kick shot when he stopped with his hands, which resulted to a goal and the first half ended in 2-1 for the home team FC Muiderberg. “In the 2nd half I gave a pass for the 2-2 tied in the 62nd minute and in the 69th minute, we increased the tally to 2-3, and five minutes later, we make it 2-4.

“The coach took me out of the field in 80th minute and in the 90th minute the home team makes it 3-4,” Youssif wrote. Reports further said it had been a good solid start to the Dutch second division league (dutch 2di le),  from NFC Brommer campaign, but have struggled of late, but Youssiff  has been one of the huge reasons of the club determination to either qualify through the ongoing league or the pending playoff.

“His vision and creativity opens up defenses and creates goal scoring chances for fellow teammates, as well as having the ability to score himself. He has netted two goals in seven games playing the number 10 role and give 11 assists, and scored eight goals while playing a supporting striking role position and gave four assist as the number 9,” another teammate twitted.

He added: “His vision and creativity opens up defences and creates goal scoring chances for fellow teammates, as well as having the ability to score himself.” Youssif joined FC NFC Brommer on a permanent deal after a protracted loan in 2010 and is one of Liberia’s semi enterprising professional player.

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