Sierra Leonean Italian based striker, Sulaiman Fullah Sesay, has cautioned his colleagues that a draw will not be enough for Leone Stars when they host their Swaziland counterpart tomorrow Saturday 30th May, 2014 in the second leg encounter of the 2015 preliminary round of the African Cup of Nations in Freetown; noting that Leone Stars need to come out strong to get all three points that will sail them through to the next stage of this qualifier.
Sesay who scored Leone Stars goal away in Swaziland last weekend told Sierra Express Media that the momentum in camp is very high and their training sessions went on as planedn so they are ready for the three points more than their visitors.
The former Inter Milan player, who joined Inter during the 2007/08 season, put Leone Stars in a more commanding position for the second-leg in Freetown. However, in the 69th minute Sihlangu Semnikati levelled to make the final score 1-1 giving Sihlangu Semnikati a chance that will be taken into account.
However the crafty marksman has found himself a new partner in the person of Middleborough’s star striker as they are the two strikers who have been training with the team as other invited strikers pulled out due to injury and newcomer Albert Kargbo will not make it due to work permit.
If Leone Stars secure a win here they will definitely face Seychelles in the next round as they have already booked their place since CAF has banned the Gambia by filing illegal players. If Leone Stars also make it against Seychelles they will be grouped with Ivory Coast, Cameroon, and DR Congo.