- Alhaji Kamara netted the winner in Randers win over Copenhagen.
After his excellent performance against Nigeria helping Sierra Leone fight back from four-goal down to 4-4 draw during the African Cup of Nations qualifier, Alhaji Kamara continue his fine form with his Danish side on Monday.
Kamara, 26, scored the winner for Randers against FC Copenhagen in the Danish Superligaen in the 70th-minute away from home.
The goal was his third of the season after nine games.
The visitors took the lead in the 40-minute through Marvin Ebo but 14-minute later, Mikkel Kaufmann level things up for the host team.
Inform Sierra Leone striker Kamara netted the winner in the 70th minute to give his side a vital away victory.
As a result, Randers on 9th ahead of Copenhagen on 10th after week nine of the Superliga.
Rangers next outing is against Odense BK on Friday, November 27.
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FIFA says Ahmad had “breached his duty of loyalty, offered gifts and other benefits, mismanaged funds and abused his position as the CAF President”.
Ahmad, 60, has also been fined 200,000 Swiss francs ($220,000) by FIFA for the misdeeds, which related to “the organisation and financing of an Umrah pilgrimage to Mecca” and his involvement in CAF’s dealings with a sports equipment company.
Ahmad last week stood down from his post for 20 days after testing positive for coronavirus, can appeal the ban “from all football-related activity” at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
In April 2019 he was accused of a series of offences by former CAF official Amr Fahmy, who informed FIFA in a letter that Ahmad had paid bribes to directors, made personal use of CAF funds and sexually harassed several employees.
Two months later he was arrested in Paris while at the FIFA Congress ahead of that year’s women’s World Cup as part of a probe into corruption but was released a day later without charge.
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- In-form attacker Michael Kargbo, who scored 14 goals helping his club Värnamo to Swedish Superettan promotion is relishing the prospect of competing in the second-tier in Sweden next season.
Kargbo, 21, featured 29 times in all competition for his side registered 14 goals as the club’s, top scorer, with six assists.
His 29-minute goal on Saturday against Lindome cancelled the host opener in the 24th minute as they played to a 1-1 score-line.
They amassed 60 points to maintain top of Division 1, Södra with a game to spare.
The exciting youngster has been a revelation since joining the newly-promoted Superettan side.
The former Eskilstuna City player, who was determined to ensure he was part of the club’s history, is excited ahead of next season.
“I’m excited and looking forward to giving my best in the second-tier of Swedish football next season.”
“This season has been great, but I am not surprised about it because we put in a lot of work during pre-season even though by then we were not sure when we are going start or if the season was going to be postponed due to Covid-19,” Kargbo told FSL News.
On his form, he noted: “It has been amazing, thanks to my coaches, my teammates for pushing me every day to do better and improve as a player, and a better person.”
“It’s important for the club and every one of us but was so more special for me after making a promise to the direct and coach that we are going to win the League.”