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Sierra Leonean AIK Allsvenkan striker, Mohamed Bangura has been the top goal scorer with six goals in 13 games this season. This is the record for the 21-year- old crowd favourite at the Råsunda stadium.
Bangura has been recently a concern for the Stockholm side as many European clubs wanted the young star’s service including the African best record side Al Ahly from Egypt , however – AIK assistant coach Bjorn recently says their key player is not for sale.
The Sierra Leonean is presently getting ready for off season training while waiting for the new Allsvenkan season to kick off.
“He came like the wind …” and there is probably no better way to describe Mohamed Bangura’s entry into the AIK. Says fans
All together, there were seven goals for the player from Sierra Leone. All six premier league goals have come on Råsunda, add two assists passes (including those at home) so it is easy to understand that the AIK’s most popular player in 2010 named Mohamed Bangura.
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