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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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David Luiz declares Chelsea not out of title race despite Everton draw

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veteran Chelsea defender the stressed that they are going to fight until the end.



he says that they did everything to try to win. something it’s possible, sometimes it’s not, but we’re still there, trying to be at the top of the table so we’re going to fight until the end of the season.

It was really a hard test for the team and credit to the visitors effort’ there approach was good.

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the veteran center back also say that they controlled the game, The marking from Everton was amazing. They blocked the space in the middle so we didn’t have a lot of combinations in the middle and from the sides, and in the end they were a bit lucky because we tried to score but didn’t score. […] Most of the teams now come here with two lines and trying to lock us up so it’s up to us to find the way to score.”

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We can do wonders with our game-plan and he praised the Chelsea boss for the atmosphere he brought to Chelsea.

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Santiago Solari appointed as Real Madrid permanent Manager.

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Interim Real Madrid manager Santiago Solari was appointed permanent coach on Monday after overseeing a startling upturn in the European champions’ fortunes since he stepped in to replace Julen Lopetegui.



“Everything is in order. Real Madrid have worked out his contract and there are no problems,” the Spanish football federation stated.

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Solari has led Real to four wins out of four since being installed on a caretaker basis following Lopetegui’s sacking last month.

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