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Mohamed Buya Turay Excels in Juventus - News in Sierra Leone
Mohamed Buya Turay Excels in Juventus
Published On : 2013-09-17 00:31:18
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Sierra Leone and Swedish based striker, Mohamed Buya Turay got a brace at the weekend to help his side, Juventus Vasteras IF to a convincing 5-2 home victory over Franke FC in the Swedish 3rd division league.


Buya is considered as one of the hottest young strikers in the third division league as top joint goal scorer. According to reports, top Swedish clubs are interested in luring the new wonder kid.


Buya also got a brace in his side emphatic victory over Sala FF few weeks ago as he has scored 10 goals in his side`s last four previous in the ongoing Swedish 3rd division league.


Speaking to this press via telephone, Buya said, “Playing for his national team would be a dream comes true. I`m happy with the progress of our national team and my colleagues have proved they can beat bigger nations even though we failed to qualify for the 2013 African Cup of Nations and the 2014 World Cup,” he stressed.


He continued: “I want to continue scoring more goals and hopefully promote my side to the 2nd division league”.
Asked whether he intends moving away from his current club, he replied, Why not? As he continued, “I`m happy bigger clubs have expressed interest in me: that shows I`m moving in the right direction. For now I`m happy here and I want to concentrate with my career.


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