Sierra Leone MD3 2-2 with São Tomé highlights

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Swedish side Malmo FF have confirmed that Sierra Leone striker Mohamed Buya Turay has left the club after mutual termination.

“Turay, 28, joined the Allvenskan side in July 2022 the striker managed to score an Allsvenskan goal in ten games, as well as a goal in five games in qualifying and group games for the Europa League., as well as a goal in five games in qualifying and group games for the Europa League,” the club noted in their statement.

“The reason why Malm√∂ FF and Mohamed Buya Turay are now going their separate ways is the player’s family situation where Buya Turay did not live together with his wife and children in Sweden.”

Malmö FF wishes Mohamed Buya Turay the best of luck in his future career!

DANIEL ANDERSSON, SPORTS MANAGER:

РMohamed has been open with his feelings all the way and we have had a good dialogue together to try to resolve the situation. When it then dragged on, it finally became unsustainable for him and he feels that he cannot perform there and needed to go home to his family. It is of course sad when it happens like this, but this is the best solution for everyone involved. 

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Queens Park Rangers defender Osman Kakay will miss vital games after the International break. Kakay will be out for up to eight weeks with a knee injury.

The Sierra Leone international suffered the injury in¬†Queens Park Rangers‘s 1-0 defeat to¬†Birmingham City¬†in the English Champions on Saturday, March 18.¬†

The right-back was substituted during half-time after it was clear he can’t continue in the match.¬†

As a result, he pulled out of Sierra Leone’s crucial African Cup of Nation qualification matches against Sao Tome this week.¬†

After a medical examination, he confirmed suffering a posterior capsule tear in his knee. Before his injury, he featured in 23 matches in all competitions for the London club.

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Sierra Leone’s hopes of reaching the 2023 African Cup of Nations were dented by visiting S√£o Tom√©, who twice took the lead in the 2-2 draw at the Adrar Stadium in Wednesday’s African Cup of Nations qualifier.

As a result, the Central African nation claimed their first point in Group A (though they remain bottom of the standings), while the Leone Stars are just one point ahead in third place.

Bo Rangers striker Abu Komeh, who was making his Sierra Leone debut, got the perfect introduction. Komeh draws parity for Sierra Leone through Alhaji Kamara’s assist.

After a few half chances wasted in the opening minutes from the home team, São Tomé broke the deadlock in the 43rd minute through Luis Leal Dos Anjos, who collected a fine past of the left for a tap-in.

It could have been worst when the visitors were awarded a free kick late in the first half that deflected on the wall for a corner.

Abubakarr Samura’s header in the last minute of additional first-half extra time was calmly collected by the Sao Tome keeper as it ended 1-0 in the visitors’ favour.

After the recess, Sierra Leone got themselves back into the game with a leveller from Mustapha Bundu, who was in the area at the right time after Sao Tome’s keeper and defender failed to clear their lines.

The Leone Stars were top of the game after their equaliser missed a couple of chances. 55th-minute Sullay Kaikai could have put Sierra Leone ahead but missed his shot.

Bundu missed another brilliant chance shooting just wide that could have been his second of the day in the 56-minute.

Against the run of play, S√£o Tom√© took the lead for the second time as Luis Leal Dos Anjos completed his brace in the 59 minutes before Abu Komeh’s 78th-minute equaliser to rescue a point for the host.

The 45,000 seater Grand Stade Adrar Agadir in Morocco will host the second leg match day four of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualification on 26 March.

Group A leaders Nigeria on six points, battle second place Guinea-Bissauon four points will meet in Abuja on Friday.

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Sierra Leone head coach John Keister (in Photo) has set his sight on reviving their Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualification with a win when they host Sao Tome & Principe at Stade Agadir in Morocco on Wednesday. Kick-off is at 17hrs GMT.

Third in Group A with just one point after a 2-2 draw against Guinea Bissau and a 2-1 defeat away to Nigeria, today’s match day three qualifier is a must-win for the West African side.

Something coach Keister is fully aware of after his AFCON experience in Cameroon. The Leone Stars have set their sights on back-to-back wins over Sao Tome to revitalise any hope of reaching Ivory Coast 2023.

Head coach John Keister said, “Going to Cameroon after 25 years (away from the competition) was probably the best thing that’s happened to Sierra Leone and Sierra Leone football in that period.”¬†

‚ÄúIt’s a challenge, but I love challenges. I want to carry on working and hopefully get the right group of players. I am enjoying it. I’m trying to do the best I can. The aim is to qualify for the next Afcon, but I have hopes and aims as a manager.”

Sao Tome, on the other hand, suffered two heavy defeats (1-5 against Guinea-Bissau and 0-10 against Nigeria). However, in football, anything can happen in different games. 

The Falcons and True Parrots Team have only managed wins over fellow minnows Mauritius in the past seven years.

Skipper Steven Caulker focus on the task at hand. 

“It’s a must-win game for us. Because if we must qualify, we should win these games. “These are two important games against S√£o Tom√© and Pr√≠ncipe, and today (Monday) is our first training session. We all know the importance of these matches,”¬†Caulker told FSL News.

He reiterated, “I don’t need to tell them much because every player here knows how significant these two matches are. The coach gave us his message before the training, and the match will not be easy. We have to be mentally and physically ready for these matches.”¬†

This will be the fifth meeting between the two nations. Their last meeting was a goalless draw in Africa Cup of Nations 1st round 2nd leg Freetown 16 June 2012. Sao Tome e Principe won the first leg 2-1 at home on 29 February 2012.

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After a 2-2 draw in the opening match against PISA sporting club, FC Kallon set to entertain SPAL Primavera in their second match of the Viareggio Cup on Wednesday at the Ferrara Stadium in Cecina, Itlay.

Unisa Dumbuya and Mohamed Koroma were on the score sheet as FC Kallon rallied PISA to a 2-2 draw in their Viareggio tournament opener on Monday, March 20, at “Rossetti” stadium in Cecina.

Pisa Sporting Club were making their debut in the 2023 edition of the Viareggio Cup.

Coach Masi’s Nerazzurri’s side went up 2-0 at the end of the first half, but they were pegged back by resilient Kallon in the second half.

It was an intense contest from both sides, but PISA paid for lacking concentration in the second half.

The first half finished 2-0 with goals from Redzic (flying in from Lormanis’ cross from the right) and Panicucci from the penalty he had won.

In the second half, Sierra Leone’s side achieved a better success rate in the final third as they secured a draw.

SPAL Primavera, on the other hand, played to a 1-1 draw in their opening match against Honved Budapest.

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