The Sierra Leone’s representative in this season’s CAF Confederation Cup, Kamboi Eagles on Tuesday February 10, arrived in Algeria en-route Casablanca ahead of their 2015 preliminary double header.
A statement by the team’s Media Officer, Issmile Sesay, said the squad of 20 players, led by coach Alhaji M Foray aka Abedi arrived on Tuesday night.
The statement also said that the team was putting up at Hotel de LA Vallee, where they had lodged after a short bus ride.
Kamboi Eagles face an uphill task taking on their Algerian counterpart ASO Chlef at the weekend.
The first leg of the two fixtures will take place at the 15,000 seater Mohamed Boumezrag Stadium in photo – in the city of Chlef with the return legs scheduled for in a week’s time.
Meanwhile, Africa football body, CAF has delegated Moroccan referees to take charge of the 2015 CAF Confederation Cup first leg qualifier between Algerian side ASO Chlef and Sierra Leone FA winners Kamboi Eagles.
Redouane Jiyed, 35, will be assisted by Issam Benbaba and Mabrouk Youcef while Hicham Tiazi, also Moroccan, is the fourth official.