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FC Lahti midfielder Sesay unsure of future Hassan Sesay (Photo: Juha Tamminen) Sierra Leone and FC Lahti attacking midfielder Hassan Mila Sesay says he is unsure over his future as he is currently enjoying life with the Veikkausliiga side. The 28-year-old re-joined the Finnish club from MYPA and has so far enjoyed three seasons at the Lahden Stadion. With four games to climax the Veikkausliiga season, Sesay says he doesn’t know whether to continue with the club or move on. “I do not know the answer to anything yet,” Sesay says as he looks forward to the remaining league matches. On the team’s current performance, the former Atlantis, KuPS, Örebro and Viking FC midfielder is pleased with their progress and run of form so far despite sitting eight places with 37 points. “The start of the season was sticky, but as the season progressed we have been able to improve our performances. This season has gone less well than the previous two. The team has this year a lot of young players, who had at first need to use to the league. As the season progresses, however, we have been able to achieve better results,” Sesay says. The former Ports Authority player was part of the Sierra Leone squad that forced Ivory Coast to 1-1 draw in Bouake in the final Group I 2017 African Cup of Nations qualifiers.

September 29, 2016 By Sahr Morris Jr.

Sierra Leone and FC Lahti attacking midfielder Hassan Mila Sesay says he is unsure over his future as he is currently enjoying life with the Veikkausliiga side.

The 28-year-old re-joined the Finnish club from MYPA and has so far enjoyed three seasons at the Lahden Stadion.

With four games to climax the Veikkausliiga season, Sesay says he doesn’t know whether to continue with the club or move on.

“I do not know the answer to anything yet,” Sesay says as he looks forward to the remaining league matches.

On the team’s current performance, the former Atlantis, KuPS, Örebro and Viking FC midfielder is pleased with their progress and run of form so far despite sitting eight places with 37 points.

“The start of the season was sticky, but as the season progressed we have been able to improve our performances. This season has gone less well than the previous two. The team has this year a lot of young players, who had at first need to use to the league. As the season progresses, however, we have been able to achieve better results,” Sesay says.

The former Ports Authority player was part of the Sierra Leone squad that forced Ivory Coast to 1-1 draw in Bouake in the final Group I 2017 African Cup of Nations qualifiers.

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