Sierra Leone’s FC Kallon have been dumped out of the CAF Confederation Cup by debutants Future FC after a heavy 4-0 defeat.
Future FC went through to the next stage of the CAF Confederation Cup after a comfortable 4-0 second-round preliminary second-leg win over FC Kallon at the Air defence Stadium in Egypt on Sunday. (6-0 Agg).
A brace from Ayman Al-Sfaxi in 12 and 60 minutes gave the away side a tricky task to face.
Future added to their lead in the 68-minute through Saad Samir before Nasser Maher completed their 4-0 win in at the Air defence stadium on Sunday.
Following their first leg 2-0 triumph in the first leg at the SDK last Sunday in Liberia, it was always going to be a difficult result to overturn for the Sierra Leonean side.
After signing a host of players in the summer as they seek to improve on their fifth-place finish in the Egyptian Premier League and to mount a serious challenge for the Confederation Cup title.
This time, they failed to replicate what they did Fifteen years ago when they eliminated Nigerian side Ocean Boys 1-0 on aggregate in the African Champions League preliminary after both sides played to a goalless draw in Nigeria.
In the next round, they were eliminated by Ivorian Champions Asec Mimosa 3-1, who won both matches to progress.
In the 2012 CAF Confederation Cup, FC Kallon eliminated Cameroon’s Union Sportive de Douala in the preliminary but faced stiff competition against Nigerian Warri Wolves. They won 2-0 on aggregate in the first round.
FT – Future FC through to the next stage of the #TotalEnergiesCAFCC after a comfortable 4-0 second-round preliminary second-leg win over FC Kallon at the Air defence Stadium in Egypt on Sunday.
Future 4-0 Kallon (6-0 Agg)
Ayman Sfaxi 12, 60, Saad Samir 68, Nasser Maher 80 pic.twitter.com/WpHwRZ2KaX
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