The Former Vasteras SK goalkeeper Christian Caulker, (Pictured) currently plying his trade with American Soccer League (ASL) club IFK Maryland was pleased with his clean sheet in their 0-0 draw at the Veterans Memorial Stadium on April 16.
IFK played to a 1 all draw in their opening fixture against another Sierra Leonean Lamin Suma’s club side Philadelphia Fury at home on April 9 and a goalless draw away to Connecticut United FC at the Veterans Memorial Stadium on April 16.
A delighted Caulker who was a former Sierra Leone first choice keeper admitted: “I’m happy with my work rate and I will keep a regular focus on each game, and if I’m playing well I’ll stand a chance of rejuvenating my career.”
“It’s my target to be playing regular football and doing well.” He told www.footballsierraleone.net
Caulker, 27, started all six games for Sierra Leone at the first round group stage of the 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Equatorial Guinea, Nigeria, and South Africa.
He was one of the main players in the Sierra Leone U-17 team during the fifth edition of the 2005 UEFA-CAF Meridian Cup that was held on 4–11 February in Turkey.
In July 2014, Caulker and 14 others was suspended on an alleged allegation of match-fixing relating to an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against South Africa which ended 0-0.
However, the 6 ft keeper denied any wrongdoing.
The American Soccer League (ASL) is an amateur league looking to gain a division three status.
Its parent body is the American Professional Soccer (ASP) and the league is being sanctioned by United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA).
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