Alhassan ‘Crespo’ Kamara last Sunday scored his first goal of the season to help BK Häcken secure a 1-2 away win over GIF Sundsvall in the Swedish Allsvenskan.
The forward who was Häcken’s hit-man during the pre-season endured a goal drought in his previous two matches but opened his 2017 Allsvenskan goal account in the 26th minute to double their lead from Alexander Farnerud’s 21 minutes opener.
Mohamed Buya Turay was the Sierra Leonean striker who registered his name on the scoresheet in the Allsvenskan league. The 22-year-old striker’s 64th minute strike rescued a point for AFC Eskilstuna as they forced IFK Gothenburg to a 1-1 draw at the Gamla Ullevi on Monday.
The goal was Turay’s third in three matches as his AFC Eskilstuna continue to have a taste in the Swedish topflight league.
It was a disappointing weekend for Sierra Leonean pair; Alie Sesay and Abu Suma in the Superretan as their IFK Frej side suffered 0-1 defeat at home to Öster. Sesay played full time while his compatriot saw 46 minutes of action.
Elsewhere, George Davies’ Floridsdorfer AC were defeated 1-2 by Wacker Innsbruck in which the Sierra Leonean international saw full time action. In Denmark, Mustapha Bundu was introduced in the 70th minute in AGF’s 1-0 defeat at the hands of AAB.
Another Sierra Leonean whose side was on the losing end was Mustapha Dumbuya as his club; Partick Thistle suffered a 2-0 defeat at the hands of the Rangers while in Slovenia, Julius Wobay played 68 minutes in Olimpija’s 1-1 draw with Radomlje.
John Kamara’s Kaisar were forced to 1-1 draw by Irtysh and the Sierra Leone midfielder who saw full time play got his name on the referee’s book in the 77th minutes.
In the U.S Major League Soccer, Kei Kamara and his New England Revolution suffered a 3-0 defeat on the road in Chicago with the Sierra Leonean been replaced in 66th minutes. Striker duo, Victor Mansaray and Alhaji Kamara both featured for Cincinnati and Richmond Kickers in the USL.
Mansaray played for 66 minutes in Cincinnati 4-0 winner over Saint Louis while Kamara’s Richmond Kickers suffered 0-1 to Ottawa Fury.
By: Sahr Morris Jr.