Mohamed Medo Kamara side in the Israeli top flight, Maccabi Haifa will take a massive step towards qualifying for European competition for next season if they defeat Hapoel Be’er Sheva on Saturday.
In order to finish in the top four, the Green-and-White will have to capitalise and take maximum points in tomorrow’s home tie.
But a defeat for Maccabi Haifa will leave the door open for Beitar Jerusalem. Both teams are level on 44 points, but Haifa holds a better goal advantage over their city rivals.
The Sierra Leone midfielder was in full action at Teddi Malcha Stadium against Beitar Jerusalem in last week Sunday’s 1 -1 draw. It was a hard fought game in the race on the road for a European spot against a direct rival seeking Euro spotlight.
Marko Balbul made some adjustments in the 2nd half bringing in veteran midfielder Miguel Marcos Madera who had a terrific match last week against Maccabi Tel Aviv.
Kamara and his teammates were full of confident after their convincing display against Maccabi Tel Aviv.
They now have 44 points from 33 matches, with three playoff matches until the end – sitting pretty comfortable as they look to boost qualification with another win in front on home fans.
Meanwhile, a report reaching football Sierra Leone stated is unlikely that Medo Kamara will trade his football in Israel next season.
The Bolton Wanderers midfielder who joined Israeli club Maccabi Haifa on loan until the end of the season will be returning to his parent club in the summer.