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Liberia to vote against Morocco's World Cup bid

BBC Sport Thursday, 24 May 2018
Liberia to vote against Morocco's World Cup bidThe Liberian FA (LFA) is to break ranks with the rest of Africa and vote against Morocco when the decision on who will host the 2026 World Cup is held.
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