Sierra Leone, Greece based midfielder; John Kamara is in a confident but cautious mood ahead of Sunday’s 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier clash against Sudan in Khartoum.
The PAS Lamia midfielder believes Leone Stars can get their 2017 Nations Cup qualifiers campaign against the Falcons of Jediane on good footing despite playing on an away turf.
“We’re going into the match on Sunday with our game plan and well-focused. Sudan will not intimidate us, we are ready to face the challenge on Sunday which will be a do or die contest,” Kamara said.
“Is going to be very difficult, the weather is very bad here, warm, hot and dry.
“I understand that the Sudanese team wants to start with a high pressing game, but I will not disclose our plans.
“A very good atmosphere in the camp, the young boys are very confident and ready to handle any type of situation,” Kamara told the online news.
Meanwhile, according to report from Leone Stars camp, Bolton Wanderers midfielder Mohamed Medo Kamara and Umaru Bangura have joined the rest of the team.
Sierra Leone failed to reach the continental AFCON final for the last 19 years with their last participation coming way back in South Africa in 1996.