In a bid to stop Sudan take maximum points in the race for Gabon 2017, Greece-based international, John Kamara says Sudan will not intimidate them and declared Sunday’s encounter a do or die contest.
Sierra Leone will take on Mohamed Mazda Abdallah’s side in their opening fixture in the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers, in Khartoum on 14 June. Photo: Kamara was in action against Tunisia in Freetown June 2013.
Talking to footballsierraleone.net, just after they completed their first training session at the Sudanese FA’s academy training field in Khartoum yesterday.
The 27-year-old PAS Lamia midfielder said, “We’re going into the match on Sunday with our game plan and a proper mindset.
“As professionals we have our own parts to play, we have the experience going forward and we can handle the pressure.
“Is going to 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 confidence and ready to handle any type of situation.
Meanwhile, Bolton Wanderers midfielder Mohamed Medo Kamara is expected to join the rest of the squad later tonight.
Sierra Leone has failed to reach the continental big stage for 19 years since their last participation in South Africa 1996.
By Alie Bittar