Arthur Farh

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Arthur Farh
birthday June 12, 1972
place of birth MonroviaLiberia
size 183 cm
position Storm
Years station Games (goals) 1
1990-1992 Olympique Marseille B
1992-1993 →  Stade Rennes  (loan) 32 (5)
1993-1995 FC Olympique Grenoble 47 (16)
1995-1996 Stuttgart Kickers 26 (3)
1995-1996 Stuttgart Kickers II
1996-1998 FC 08 Homburg 31 (7)
1998-2001 SV Wilhelmshaven 74 (8)
2001-2002 Delmenhorster SC
2004-2005 TuS Sillenstede
2005-2006 TuS Reepsholt
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
1988-1996 Liberia
1 Only league games are given.

Arthur Farh (born June 12, 1972 in Monrovia ) is a former Liberian football player .


Arthur Farh, who comes from the reserve team at Olympique Marseille , was loaned to the then French second division Stade Rennes in 1992 . This was followed by two seasons at FC Olympique Grenoble , after which Farh moved to Germany to the Stuttgarter Kickers , where he was nicknamed "King Arthur". Other clubs in the regional league followed with FC 08 Homburg and SV Wilhelmshaven .

Afterwards Farh was still active for Delmenhorster SC and TuS Sillenstede, where he was fired because of unsporting behavior.

Farh came from 1988 to 1996 to some senior international matches in the Liberian national team , including in the qualifying games for the 1990 World Cup and in the finals of the 1996 Africa Cup in South Africa.

Drug smuggling

After his career, Farh moved to the UK . In January 2011, he was charged with drug smuggling for being caught with £ 40,000 worth of cocaine on the arrival of a flight from Sint Maarten at Heathrow Airport in London .

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Handsworth soccer star charged with drug smuggling. In: Birmingham Mail. January 26, 2011, accessed July 1, 2018 .