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David Simbo eye first trophy

David Simbo eye first trophy

Sierra Leone defender David Simbo is eyeing to win his first trophy for his AL Hilal club tomorrow Sunday when they will lock horn with Al Merreikh FC in the Sudanese FA cup at 40,000 Capacity National stadiums in Sudan.

Simbo who was in action for his national side last Wednesday against Cameroon when they lost 2-0 has been named in coach Forzie starting lineup for tomorrow all important clash with their north rivals, Manager Forzie has kept faith with the versatile defender few days after he returned to the club after international duty with the Sierra Leone national team Leone Stars..

Speaking to Football Sierra Leone Simbo said he is aiming to win his first trophy for the club tomorrow and nothing will stand in their way to achieve such goal, noting that he is using this match to shake off the bad spell with the Sierra Leone national team when they lost 2-0 to Cameroon last Wednesday in the 2015 AFCON qualifiers, I want this trophy and I will be happy if I can win this he said.

The utility Player further maintained that despite the drew goalless with Al Merreikh in the league tomorrow match will be a different one has we are going into the match with a different and our manager has warn us to make use of our chances as that was what affected us in the league when we drew with them.

Simbo who only trained with the club on Friday is very much optimistic that tomorrow they will win the FA Cup and if win it I will definitely dedicates my medal to the Ebola victims that have lost their lives in my country.

David Simbo has started every single game for Al Hilal so far this season and is lloking for a reward in the FA cup tomorrow.

Meanwhile the Al Hilal Defender has joined the government of Sierra Leone to kick out ebola out of the country by providing up to 1,000 awareness raising T-shirt s and banners as a way to help in sensitizing the people about the deadly virus Ebola that has killed about 4,450 people in Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia.

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