Sierra Leone name squad for Ghana double-header in Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers

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John Keister has handed call-ups to 21 men ahead of their showdown with the Black Stars

Sierra Leone coach John Keister has announced his squad for this month's Africa Cup of Nations qualifying back-to-back games against Ghana.

The 21-man roster is headlined by striker Kei Kamara, who plies his trade with Major League Soccer club Vancouver Whitecaps. 

FC Zurich defender Umaru Bangura makes a return to the side after being forced out of last month's clash with Ethiopia by injury. 

Young goalkeeper Alhaji Sesay of English lower division outfit Bristol City and Queens Park Rangers right-back Osman Kakay have also been called up.

Keister's side are set to play away to Ghana on October 11 before returning home for the second leg four days later. 

Like the other three teams in Group F, the Leone Stars have three points to their name ahead of matchday three's round of games. 

Full squad:

Goalkeepers: Solomon Zombo Morris, Alhaji Sesay, Mohammed Nabile Kamara

Defenders: Yeami Dunia, Umaru Bangura, (C) Osman Kakay, David Simbo, Alie Sesay, Kemson Fofanah

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Midfielders: Mohamed Medo Kamara, Alfred Sankon, John Kamara, Julius Wobay, George Davies

Forwards: Kei Ansu Kamara, Alhassan Kamara, Mohamed Buya Turay, Kwame Quee, Sheka Fofanah, Christian Moses, Mustapha Bundu

 

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