Nigeria’s opponent in the matchday 3 qualifiers for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations, AFCON, Sierra Leone is intensifying preparations for the upcoming back to back clash in November.
According to a statement from the SLFA Media Department and made available to soka25east.com, The Leone Stars yesterday moved 28 Home Based players to camp in Bo City for intensive and undistracted trainings ahead of the highly anticipated two back-to-back matches against the Super Eagles.
Speaking to this medium, First Assistant Coach Amidu Karim said: “This move will help both the players and the technical team to be more focused as preparation intensifies.
“We must continue working really hard to be able to achieve the fitness that will earn us a respectable result against Nigeria. We owe this to the Nation,” He added.
The Leone Stars this morning successfully started its weeklong training sessions at the Bo City Stadium, situated along the Bo-Kenema highway.