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Ex-Sierra Leone international midfielder Mamadu Alphajor Bah dies

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Former Sierra Leone international midfielder Mamadu Alphajor Bah has died after being involved in a road accident in Freetown on Wednesday.

The 39-year-old, who made 35 appearances for Sierra Leone, was driving when a truck coming from the opposite direction hit his car.

Bah was later taken to hospital in Goderich, where doctors pronounced him dead as a result of excessive bleeding.

Bah was one of the most talented players of his generation in Sierra Leone and was a key player for the national team between 2000 and 2008.

At club level, he played in Belgium for KSC Lokoren from 1994-96 before he transferred to South Korea to play for Chunnam Dragons in 1997.

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Van Dijk hopes to end his career as Anfield legend

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Liverpool Fc  Defender Virgil van Dijk has stated his intention to stay with the club for number of years and also admitted that he wants to be remembered as a “Liverpool legend”.



He loud the fans for their worm atmosphere and support to keep the team in pace.

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The Dutchman, who joined the Anfield club in January 2018 from Southampton, told Guillem Balague he aspires to achieve “great things” with the Merseysiders.

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ESPN seal bumper broadcast deal with Tyson Fury

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British heavyweight Tyson Fury has reached a deal with ESPN broadcast, the deal entails that the platform will now be able to show his fights.



Fury reacted to the development by stating that “I’m delighted,”. “With ESPN and BT Sport behind me, the biggest sports.Adding that  “I’m only a fighter, I can only fight who they put in front of me. I want the biggest fights – the (Anthony) Joshua’s, the Wilder’s of the world and everybody.

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The deal with ESPN could have an impact on the 30-year-old’s rematch with WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder.

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