11 February 2013

Sierra Leone: FC Johansen Announces Delegation for BYC FC Clash

FC Johansen has announced a 28-man delegation for its first leg encounter against Liberia's Barrack Young Controllers (BYC) FC in the CAF Confederations Cup competition.

The delegation, which will be led by the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) head of protocol and public relations officer, Sorie Ibrahim Sesay, includes 20 players and eight officials will travel via road to Monrovia, Liberia on Wednesday February 13.

According to the club's public relations officer, LansanaClaye, the squad is heading to Monrovia in high spirit and well-determined to face their Liberian opponent.

"The only injury concern in the team is our first choice goalkeeper Aruna Kamara but we believe he is going to be fit before the clash on Sunday," Claye said.

The delegation includes Sorie Ibrahim Sesay-SLFA rep, Alex Lansana Claye-PRO/Sec, John Keister-head coach, Adama Kuyateh-assistant coach, Alusine Kabba-welfare officer, Marian Hero-SLFA rep, Ansumana Bockarie-team doctor and Tamba Moses-goalkeeper coach

The players are Aruna Kamara, Abdulai B. Kamara, Ibrahim Kamara, Yeami Dunia, Saidu Bundu, Kwame Quee, Sorie Barrie, Munda Johnson, Nyakeh O. Alpha, Alie Kamara, Abu Suma, Kapri S. Dumbuya, Abu Bakarr Suma, Prince Bendu, Unisa Conteh, Abdul BaiKabia, Dennis Kamara, Abdul Salam Bangura and George Mattar .

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