Solomon Zombo Morris in photo is desperate to win promotion with US Quevilly in France; they are presently second behind Sedan after securing three straight victory in the division.
Few days from now Morris will be expecting to stop the Lions of Cameroon when the nations lock horns in Yaoundé in their AFCON 2015 qualifiers.
The Quevilly keeper is determined to erase some of the misery in his early days in France and putting up with a promotion will be phenomenon.
“I’m determined to succeed in this competition with Quevily; the team believe in me, we’re really ready for promotion.he said.
France Football writer Simon Franck described Morris “The heart in exile”
Because the Leone Stars stopper who is plying his trade in the CFA division lives away with the heartbreak in his country, the Ebola epidemic.
Morris 24, who arrived in France in 2008 signed for FC Rouen, is now enjoying recent involvement with the Sierra Leone National team.
“My arrival was complicated, I found myself a home, and it was really not easy.
“Is all down to hard work, am enjoying the experience and playing against great players like Yaya Toure and Gervinho had inspired me to do more”. Morris said.
“But I’m missing home”. Since July 2013 against the Seychelles (2-0 in the qualifiers Morocco 2015) Morris said, due to the risks posed by the outbreak of the Ebola virus which is affecting Sierra Leone.
He was called up for the first time in Sierra Leone’s 2013 Africa Cup of Nations qualification match against Tunisia by former coach Lars Olof-Mattsson.
Since then he has been a regular with the national team which recently lost against Ivory Coast (2-1), before losing to DR Congo Leopards (2-0) in Lubumbashi.