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Sierra Leone Unveils Squad for 7th Amputee African Cup of Nations in Egypt

The Amputee National Football Team of Sierra Leone, commonly known as the Sengbe Boys, has formally unveiled its formidable 15-member squad. This announcement anticipates the highly anticipated 7th Amputee African Cup of Nations in Egypt.

The squad, meticulously led by Head Coach Abraham Bangura, boasts the inclusion of seasoned Turkey-based captain Foday James Lumeh. His exceptional experience is poised to play a pivotal role in the team's performance and propel them to success.

The tournament, scheduled from April 18th to 28th, carries substantial significance as the top four teams will secure coveted berths to the forthcoming 2025 Amputee World Cup in France.

Despite facing formidable opponents such as African champions Angola, Tanzania, and Rwanda in a challenging draw, the Sengbeh Boys exude confidence. Their aim is to leave an enduring legacy among the 20 participating nations.


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