Krumkachy Minsk centre back David Simbo pictured in action for Sierra Leone has told his club that he wants to move this summer.

The 26-year-old Sierra Leone international has not been consistent for the Belarusian top flight outfit.

Since joining the club in March the Leone Stars defender has fallen down the pecking order and has only made five (5) appearances in seventeen (17) matches including two cup ties.

The former Narjan SC and Al Hilal defender who is very much frustrated about the lack of playing time confirmed his intention to Football Sierra Leone.

When asked about how he saw his club future, he said: “I’m desperate to move on because I just want to play games.”

“I have already told the club about my intention and will see in the next coming days, maybe in Belarus or out of Belarus.

“For me, it doesn’t matter where I go as long as am happy and playing regular football that is ok, Simbo told footballsierraleone.net.

Simbo, who started his career with local club Mighty Blackpool, has had spells in Sweden with Motala, Trelleborg, Boden, and Sandviken before moving to Sudan, where he won the league in 2014.

He is expected to be part of the Sierra Leone squad to face Ivory Coast in September in pursuit of Gabon 2017 qualification.

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