Former Ghana youth international, Latif Salifu says he had his best moment on the local scene at Liberty Professionals.
Salifu was a member of the 2009 U-20 WAFU, Africa and the World Cup winning squad in Nigeria, Rwanda and Egypt respectively.
He earned his call up while at the now Division One club and he believes the Scientific Soccer Lads gave him a good platform to launch his career.
“I will say Liberty Professionals because that was where I started my professional career.
“It was there that I got my national team call up, played U-20 WAFU in Nigeria, Africa in Rwanda and then World Cup in Egypt.
“So it was at Liberty Professionals that I got this honour so I will pick Liberty Professionals.” Latif Salifu told Radio Gold Sports.
Salifu who retired at just 32-years due to three knee surgeries, previously played for Medeama with two spells at Berekum Chelsea before an attempt to wrap up at King Faisal failed.
His only outing off the shores of Ghana was a brief stint at Ivory Coast club, AS Tanda.