Ivorian midfielder Franck Kessie has signed for Spanish La Liga giants Barcelona on a four-year deal from AC Milan on a free transfer. The 25-year-old, who helped Milan win the Serie A title last season, has been described by Barcelona as "the complete midfielder."...
Guinea-Bissau coach Baciro Cande has named his troops for the African Cup of Nations 2023 qualifying matches against Mauritius and Sierra Leone next month.
Guinea-Bissau will kick start their campaign in Morocco against Mauritius on June 9 before the Djurtus trip to neighbouring Guinea Conakry to face West African rivals Sierra Leone at General Lansana Conté Stadium 13th of June.
Their opener will take place in the Moroccan city of Agadir because Guinea-Bissau is one of several African nations that does not have a stadium approved by Caf to host international matches.
The Djurtus full Squad listed
Maurice Gomis [Aya Napa from FC, Cyprus], Manuel Mama Samba Baldé [Vizela, Portugal], Fernando Embadji [Damainse, Portugal]
Eulánio Chipela Gomes [FC Dallas, USA], Fali Candé [Metz, France], Mancone Soriano Mané [Moreirense, Portugal], Adão Gomes [ASL Dunkerque, France], Jeferson Encada [Pahco Egypt], Sana Gomes [Hoah, Armenia], Bloody Oops [Chateauroux, France], Jorge Nogueira [Farense, Portugal]
Moreto Cassamá [St. Rems, France], Alfa Semedo Esteves [Vitória de Guimarães, Portugal], Janio Bikel [Vicenza, Italy], Mamadu Camará [Reeding, England], Jorginho Intima [Wisla Plock, Poland], Zidane Banjaque [Casa Pia, Portugal]
Mama Baldé [Troyes, France], José Embaló [Alashkerts FC, Armenia], Madi Queita [Farense, Portugal], Dalcio Gomes [Ionikos, Greece], Zinho Ganó [Waregem, Belgium], Djassi picket [Al-Soahalah, Saudi Arabia]
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