Sierra Leone intensify training ahead of Kenya duel

Jun 6, 2017 | International, National Sport News Sierra Leone | 7 comments

Some Foreign-based Players and coaches pictured after training.

With a good number of foreign-based players in camp, Sierra Leone training in Freetown intensifies with a double session as more foreign-based expected.

Sierra Leone will tackle Kenya on Saturday, June 10 in the first-leg qualifier of the 2019 Africa Nations Cup in Freetown.

Turkey-based boys, David Simbo and Alfred Sankoh, alongside Sierra Leone skipper and FC Zurich defender Umaru Bangura, JS Hercules Midfielder, Abdul Sesay, Julius G. Wobay-Olimpija Ljubljana attacking wing man and BK Hacken striker Alhassan Kamara are all part of yesterday’s sessions.

With Khalifa Jabbie, George Davies, Alhaji Duada Conteh, France-based keeper Solomon Zombo Morris and Finland-based Tornion Pallo -47 forward Thomas Koroma all in town, the number of players in the camp preparing for the June 10 cracker against the Harambee Stars is now 10.

USA-based New England Revolution hitman Kei Kamara and others are due in camp today Wednesday.

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