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Determine Girls FC Announces The Signing Of South Sudan National Senior Women Team Captain.

Amy Lasu Ropani posing for a photo after reviving her golden boot award in the 2021 South Sudan National Women's League

It was all smiles to most fans of the South Sudan national senior team captain Amy Lasu Ropani as on 19th June 2021, Liberian club Determine Girls club announced  that they have reached an agreement with South Sudan Club Juba Super Star over the transfer of attacking midfielder Amy Lasu Ropani on a one season transfer with an option to extend. According to the club Amy is expected to arrive in Liberia soon.

“We are delighted to announce that we have reached an agreement with South Sudanese Club Juba Super Star over the transfer of attacking midfielder Amy Lasu on a one season transfer with an option to extend. Amy is expected to arrive in Liberia soon.”

The Club Statement
Amy Lasu clearing a ball during a national league game at Buluk Training Center, Photo: Isaac Bway

Amy was the inaugural South Sudan National Women’s League 2021 top goal scorer with 11 goals and she will be the first South Sudanese and East African to be playing in the Liberian First Division Orange League and is said to have agreed a one year contract with a possibility of extension. 

Determine Girls FC is a Liberian based female club that plays in the upper division of the Liberia National Leaguewhich was founded in 2005 in Monrovia and is based In central Monrovia. Determine Girls Play their home matches at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS)

Determine Girls FC will be representing Liberia in the 2021 WAFU CAF Club Champions League Zonal Qualifiers and the team is already in camp since 20th June 2021 at the George Weah Technical center in Careyburge ahead of their CAF Women’s Champions League Zonal qualifiers in Cape Verde slated for this July. 

The signing of the former Mokolanda Ladies FC midfielder are signs that the club is trying as much as possible to beef up their squad ahead of the Zonal qualifiers of the CAF Women’s Champions League 2021. 

Amy Lasu Lauya while controlling the ball in a League match in 2018

Amy will be their 3rd foreign player after they acquired the services of two Guinean national team players that helped them win their first league title this year, to mark the end of the dominance of Earth Angels that have won the league on most occasions.

The Central Monrovia based team won the 2020/2021 season league as an unbeaten team (13 wins, 2 draws) as they clinch the 2020/21 Orange Women’s Division league

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