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Tunisia Encounter – Leone Stars Resume Training Today

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The senior National team, Leone Stars will resume training sessions today Tuesdays 4th September at the Football Academy, Kingtom in preparation for their Tunisian counterparts on Saturday 8th September at the National Stadium in their campaign for South Africa 2013 Nations cup.

Coach Olof Mattsson has invited 19 professionals and two home base players and according to reports reaching the Sierra Express Media Sports, left back, Sheriff Suma will not be available due to injury, while Team Captain Ibrahim Obreh Kargbo and Kei Kamara are serving suspension.

Below are the list of invited players

Goalkeepers

1. Christian Caulker – (FC Kallon, S/Leone)
2. Solomon Zombo Morris – (FC Reven, France)

Defenders

3. Umaru Bangura  – (Haugesund, Norway)
4. Ibrahim Koroma – (Trelleborg FC, Sweden)
5. Mustapha Dumbuya – (Ports Mouth, England)
6. Hassan Milla Sesay – (Mypa FC, Finland)
7. Gibril Sankoh  – (Augsburg, Germany)
8. Mohamed Kamanor – (Umea, Sweden)

Midfielders

  9. Mohamed Kamara – (Partizan Belgrade, Serbia)
10. Mohamed Kallon  – (FC Kallon, S/Leone)
11. Alfred Sankoh  – (Sanliurfaspor, Turkey)
12. Samuel Barlay  – (FK Raevan, Azerbaijan)
13. Gibrilla Woobay  – (Neftci FC, Azerbaijan)
14. Abu Tommy  – (FC Sheriff, Mol Dova)

Strikers

15. Lamin Suma – (FK Jagodina, Serbia)
16. Alhassan Kamara  – (Orebo, Sweden)
17. Ibrahim Bangura  – (Bursaspor, Turkey)
18. Mohamed Bangura – (AIK SolNia, Sweden)
19. George Davis  – (Manchester City, England)

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