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Bundu AGF debut delayed

October 18, 2016 By Sahr Morris Jr.

Sierra Leone youngster, Mustapha Bundu had to wait for another weekend to make his senior debut for AGF in the Denmark Superliga league.

The 19-year-old striker was in line for a possible debut after he was named in Friday’s squad as they  drew 1-1 at home with AC Horsens.

AGF were without four first time players and the former Hereford and Craig Bellamy Football Academy prodigy, who was hopeful for a run but was left on the AGF bench throughout the match

In England, Sullay Kaikai was introduced in 64 minutes as Brentford suffered 3-1 defeat away to Newcastle United, while attacking midfielder, Julius Wobay replaced Nigerian Eleke in Olimpija 1-3 home defeat by Maribor in the Slovenia league.

Midfielder John Kamara continued with his full time action for Riga who held Rīgas FS to a goalless draw in the Latvia league and in Moldova, Khelifa Jabbie enjoyed his first full time action in October as Petrocub held his FC Sheriff squad to a scoreless draw.

In Sweden, informed  striker, Alhassan Crespo Kamara’s  BK Häcken were held to a 1-1 draw by Jönköpings Södra and the Sierra Leonean striker was introduced into the mix in the 67th minute and a step further down in the Swedish league.

Another Sierra Leonean informed  striker, Mohamed Buya Turay could not find the back of the net this weekend as his AFC United squad were frustrated to a goalless draw by Syrianska.

Central-back, Ibrahim Marcel Koroma returned to the Husqvarna squad having missed two weeks of action in the Swedish first division league. Despite his return,Mjällby were able to defeat them 3-2 at home, while midfielder, Ibrahim Kallay Pitea’s  side suffered 1-0 defeat to Brage. The Sierra Leonean was cautioned in the 88 minutes for an uncontrolled challenge.

Still in Sweden, Ibrahim Jorjor Koroma Nyköping secured a point on the road as they held Akropolis to a 1-1 draw, while in the U.S Major League Soccer, Kei Kamara’s New England Revolution play-off hopes hit a stumble block after they were defeated 2 -1 at home to Chicago Fire.

Winger George Davies and striker Alhaji Kamara were bench warmers this weekend as they were both unused subs for Greuther Fürth and DC United in the German first division league and U.S Major League Soccer respectively.

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