Five foreign based players have boosted the Sierra Leone camp for the Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Nigeria and Guinea-Bissau for this month’s African Cup of Nations qualifiers.
The Super Eagles will on Thursday host the Sierra Leoneans in a closed-door duel in Abuja. The five ‘imports’ include Bolton striker Amadou Bakayoko, who scored his first goal for Sierra Leone in 1-0 over Liberia in March, Kwame Quee, China-based striker Mohamed Buya Turay, John Kamara and Italy-based attacker Augustus Kargbo.
The SLFA media in the Guinean capital has confirmed that 12 out of the 25-man squad have arrived in Conakry, with twelve more expected, including Captain Steven Roy Caulker, to arrive in camp on Saturday.
In the training session that Sierra Leone had this Friday morning in Conakry, Guinea, the players in attendance include: goalkeepers Mohamed Kamara and Ibrahim Sesay.
Kamara few days ago signed for Guinea’s Horoya while Sey features for Bo Rangers. Other players already in camp include
Donald Kamara of East End Lions, Bo Rangers left-back Saidu Mansaray, local top striker Musa Noah Kamara, FC Johansen defender Lamin Conteh and Saidu Bah Kamara.
Expected in camp are Anderlecht winger Mustapha Bundu and Emden defensive midfielder Ibrahim Sillah.