Sierra Leone's national team coach, Sellas Tetteh has called up 21 players for the Malawi and Gabon friendly matches at home and away on Tuesday 22nd March and Friday 25th March respectively with a home tie set again against Gabon on Easter Monday.
The Ghanaian born tactician has named 12 foreign based and nine home based players for the three encounters.
Sierra Leone’s head coach, Sellas Tetteh has named a 21-man squad for both home and away encounters against Chad in the first preliminaries of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.
The Leone Stars will play away in N’djamena on October 10 while the return leg will be in Port Harcourt, three days later.
CAF placed a ban on Sierra Leone home matches in Freetown due to the Ebola epidemic, which has claimed thousands of lives in the tiny West African state.
Sierra Leone’s 27-man delegation will leave Freetown on Wednesday morning for Nouakchott, Mauritania via Conakry to honour the 1st leg of the CHAN qualifiers and play also the return leg in Nouakchott a week later.
The team will travel by bus to Guinea, Conakry on Wednesday morning to board the evening Air Mauritanie flight to Nouakchott, arriving on the same day.
Sierra Leone’s head coach, John Ajina Sesay has announced his 20-man squad for both the Ivory Coast and Congo DR encounters scheduled for Friday November 14 and Wednesday November 19 in Abidjan and Kinshasa respectively.
Speaking shortly before his departure to Abidjan, the former Sierra Leone international said he is very much confident of his squad despite the fact that he has major injury to deal with.