ENGLAND – Amadou Bakayoko (Walsall FC) – The Sierra Leone native achieved eight goals in all competition for the English League One side.

The Saddlers’ 2016/17 Young Player of the Season made 48 appearances in all competitions this season.

The powerful frontman impressed for Walsall at youth level and received his first professional contract during the 2013/14 season.

He scored a hat-trick on his full Saddlers debut – a 5-2 Checkatrade Trophy victory over Grimsby in August 2016 – and went on to plunder a further seven goals during that campaign.

Bakayoko spent last season as Walsall’s first-choice striker.

SCOTLAND – Mustapha Dumbuya (Partick Thistle FC)  – Dumbuya struggled in the just concluded season with injuries but managed to make a comeback and made over four appearances in his side relegation battle.

Livingston dumped the Jags from the top flight in the playoffs and the rebuilding job has started in Maryhill. Dumbuya is set to leave the club.

The USA – MLS – Kei Kamara (Vancouver Whitecaps)

The experienced striker recently returned from injury has played 11 times for the Canadian side scoring four times this season.

His last goal was against FC Dallas in a 3 all draw at the Toyota Stadium.

Kamara, 33, was in the Vancouver Whitecaps FC side that earned a 2-1 victory over Colorado Rapids at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park on Friday evening to secure their third road win of the season.

UNITED SOCCER LEAGUE (USL) Michael Lahoud FC Cincinnati

Michael Lahoud, 31, who recently joined FC Cincinnati, has been a key player in their recent games.

The club presently leading the 2018 Eastern Conference table after coming from behind to grade a 2-1 win away to New York Red Bull 11 on Saturday amassing 23 points from 12 matches.

LAMIN SUMA FRESNO FC – Suma’s side not impressive so far they are 11th in the Western Conference following two defeats in their last three league matches.

However, they thrashed Seattle Sounders FC team 2 4-0 on Saturday at home.

SWEDEN ALHASSAN KAMARA (BK Häcken) – The aggressive attacker this season in 11 appearances scored twice for the Allsvenskan side.

Kamara, 25, last goal was against IF Elfsborg in their 5-0 victory May 14th, standing 8th in the top-flight standings.

MOHAMED BUYA TURAY (Dalkurd FF) – Since signing for the new top-tier side, has scored a remarkable 5 goals in his last eight appearances.

Despite, his side second from bottom Buya Turay has been a key figure for the Allsvenskan new boys.

They host Brommapojkarna next. Buya and his side must have to start winning matches or else he will face another relegation just like last season with AFC Eskilstuna where he accounted for nine goals.

SUPERETTAN (SECOND-TIER) ALIE SESAY (IK Frej Täby) – The former Leicester City and Barnet defender have been regular for the Superettan struggling side.

Alie was sent off in their away defeat to GAIS for pushing in the penalty area.

Presently placed second from bottom despite winning their last league match defeating Östers IF 3-2 at home.

Alie, 23, has featured in nine league games this season. His contract runs out 31/12/2018.

ISHMAEL KOROMA – SWEDISH LEAGUE 1 SOUTHSIDE – The Swedish League 1 South-side, Åtvidabergs FF signed the former FC Johansen player on a free transfer deal until 2019.

Koroma’s Atvidabergs are rotted at the foot of the table after failing to win in their last five matches. They suffered heavy 6-3 defeat to Lunds BK on the 12th may.
They will take on Husqvarna FF today away from home.

MUSTAPHA BUNDU – (Aarhus GF DENMARK Superliga) – The youngster is under contract until 30.06.2021 with the Danish side.

Bundu, 21, in 31 appearances scored four goals this season but was not able to help his side win a Danish spot for European competition.

They lost 4-1 to FC København last week in their final qualification matches for a Danish place in next season Europa League.

CHRISTIAN MOSES (NordicBet Liga – Viborg FF second-tier) – The club ended the division in fourth position falling to gain automatic promotion.
The Sierra Leone native, who joined from Vendsyssel scored three times in his 12 appearances that include a brace in Viborg’s 3-0 win over Thisted FC.

Moses, 24, signed from Vendsyssel FF in January after scoring 9 goals in nineteen appearances before leaving.

HASSAN MILLA SESAY (FINLAND FC Lahti) – The club confirmed a new deal for long-serving Sierra Leone international Milla Sesay until November 2018.

The 30-year-old national player has been an impressive regular playing in all matches for the Veikkausliiga side this season.

FC Lahti standing fourth from 11 games winning two from their last five encounters.

ABDUL SESAY TP-47 Tornio (Kakkonen third-tier) – Sesay signed for the Finish third-tier side in April after leaving JS Hercules where he played last season.

Sesay joined another Sierra Leone international, Thomas Koroma. They are presently struggling no win in six matches for TP-47.

GEORGE DAVIES (FC RIGA Latvia – Virslīga) – George Kewku Davies, (in Photo) who in March signed for Latvian top-flight side Riga FC, has finally found his feet again.

Following his 1-0 debut defeat in their opening 2018 Virslīga contest away to FK Liepāja on Saturday, March 31, he has played seven more games.

His present form is a total contrast to his form at previous club St Polten, in the Austrian league where he managed only seven top-flight matches.

They won their last league match 1-0 and he was impressive against FS Metta last Sunday, May 27.

JOHN KAMARA (Kazakhstan Premier League FK Kaisar Kyzylorda) – The Former FC Riga midfielder, John Kamara this season have played nine times out of 13 league matches.

Kamara and his club are struggling this season – 10th in their standings and third from bottom.

He made 30 appearances last season and scored a goal.

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