Women’s World Cup 2019: African champions Super Falcons will face hosts France African champions the Super Falcons of Nigeria have been drawn in Group A of the 2019 Women’s World Cup where they will face the hosts France. The Super Falcons won a ninth continental title out of 11 editions last weekend, beating South Africa
Sierra Leone Star Julius Wobay announces international retirement Julius Wobay has retired from International football with immediate effect after seventeen years of representing Sierra Leone. Wobay ended his Leone Stars career with over 30 caps two days after the Confederation of African Football (Caf) disqualified Sierra Leone from the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.
A new deal delight for QPR’s Sierra Leone defender Osman Kakay. Queens Park Rangers and Sierra Leonean defender Osman Kakay have revealed his delight after putting pen to paper on a new two-year contract at the club. The 21-year-old defender’s original contract was set to expire at the end of the current campaign. He made
Sierra Leone officially out of AFCON 2019 qualifiers The Black Stars of Ghana and Kenya have qualified for the African Cup of Nations 2019, after a decision by CAF to withdraw Sierra Leone from the group. The decision was taken at the CAF Extraordinary Executive Committee meeting on Friday in Accra, Ghana. “The Caf Executive
The Charleston Battery announced on Friday 12 initial players that would remain with the club for the 2019 USL Championship season. Sierra Leone native Victor Mansaray, who enters his first season with the Battery in 2018, was not amongst names released. The club also confirmed negotiations with other members of the side that finished fourth
Holders Cameroon will not be hosting next year’s Africa Cup of Nations, following the uncertainties over delays with its preparation. The Central African country won the most recent Africa Cup of Nations in 2017. CAF made the decision on Friday after a meeting of its executive committee and president, Ahmad Ahmad, announced a new bidding
Sierra Leone have plummeted further down to 116th position from 115th in the latest FIFA World Rankings released on Thursday 29 November. Their 2019 African Nations Cup qualifiers against Ghana and Kenya was called off due to the pending suspension. Sierra Leone last international outing ended in 1-0 defeat in Ethiopia on September 9 at
Sierra Leone defender Alie Sesay is enjoying his football with Greek second-tier club Kissamikos, despite a bad start to the season. The 24-year-old signed a one-year contract with Greek side in August, after departed Swedish side IK Frej. The former Leicester City academy graduate has been a regular in recent matches including their last 2-0
Alhassan Crespo Kamara has taken his Panetolikos tally to three after he was awarded both goals in their win over AEK Athens in last weekend’s Matchday 11 at their Stadium in Agrinio. The striker scored the opener in the 26th minute, a goal that was reported as an own-goal from Athens defender Uros Cosic brace.
South Africa for the first time will represent Africa in FIFA Women’s World Cup in France 2019 after dispatching Les Aiglonnes 2-0 in Cape Coast on Tuesday. The Banyana Banyana will take on Super Falcons of Nigeria in Sunday’s final of the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations at the Accra Sports Stadium. Nigeria beat Cameroon