Former Willem II defensive midfielder and Ex-Sierra Leone skipper Ibrahim Kargbo has expressed his pride at wearing the captain’s armband for Atletico Clube de Portugal.
Photo: Kargbo after their match at the weekend.
The Versatile player has been named Vice-captain for Atletico Clube after the former vice-captain Gregory Arnlin departed the club for FC Goa in India.
Kargbo was the captain when his side defeated Maritimo 5-2 last Sunday, in his delight he said.
“It was a good victory and I have been captain before, most notable with my national team, but this is a privileged worth noticing after apparently been accused by the country I love,” he told the Football Sierra Leone.
“My family, fans, friends and former clubs have supported me and this is a good time for everyone to know am making progress in this difficult times.”
Kargbo 32 was amongst the 15 suspended indefinitely over match-fixing allegations in Sierra Leone.
Kargbo was singed for a year and he is expecting to move hopefully with the right offer.