Sierra Leone defender Ishmael ‘Jorjor’ Koroma was left dissatisfied with his Nyköpings BIS side back-to-back losses that ended their hopes of reaching the next round of the Swedish Svenska Cupen (Swedish Cup).
Koroma who played full-time in Saturday’s 5-1 loss to Östersund thinks the result does not reflect their performance despite playing with only 10-man almost throughout the match. The former Old Edwardian central defender was also booked in the 18th minute.
Another Sierra Leonean who was called to action in the Svenska Cupen was Mohamed Bangura as his Dalkurd FF side were held to a 2-2 draw by Gais. The former AIK forward was introduced in the 78th minute of the match.
Elsewhere, Leone Stars captain Umaru Bangura saw full time action for FC Zürich in their massive 1-4 away victory over Wohlen in the Denmark Challenge League while Scotland, Mustapha Dumbuya was given 51 minutes action for Partick Thistle in their 2-0 win over Hearts.
In Holland, Issa Kallon played for 81 minutes as his Emmen side suffered 2-3 loss at the hands of Fortuna Sittard while in the Finland Suomen Cup; striker Abdul Sesay was unable to hit the back of the net for OPS as they went down 0-3 at home against KPV.
Crystal Palace boss, Sam Allardyce had Sierra Leonean winger Sullay Kaikai as an unused sub in their 1-0 win over Middlesbrough as they continue their fight to escape relegation in the English Premier League.
In League One, Osman Kakay’s Chesterfield squad suffered a 4-0 defeat to Oxford United with the Sierra Leonean seeing full time run-out; the same playing time was accorded to former Leone Stars skipper Ibrahim Obreh Kargbo whose Dulwich Hamlet squad were forced to a 2-2 draw by visitors, Macclesfield Town in the FA Trophy.
By: Sahr Morris Jr.