By Boris Esono N
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
The coach of the local Syli has made public a list of 30 players to participate at this year’s edition of the Africa Nations Championship, CHAN 2021. The competition is scheduled from January 16 to February 7, 2021, in Cameroon.
Kanfory Lappé Bangoura unveiled this Monday January 4, 2021, the list of selected players who will defend the colours of Guinea in this competition reserved for local players.
Horoya AC leads the number of players called up with a total of 6. This is followed by players from CI Kamsar with 4.
The team is expected to leave Togo where they had a friendly encounter en route to Morocco where they have two friendlies against morocco. Guinea will play the first friendly on January 8, three days later (January 11) another friendly is scheduled between Guinea and Morocco.
Complete list of players
Camara Moussa (Horoya AC)
Camara Sesouba (AS Kaloum)
Conde Nouhan (AAGBS)
Camara Mohamed (Santoba de Conakry)
Camara Naby (Hafia FC)
Camara Abou Mangue (Horoya AC)
Conde Ibrahima Aminata (Horoya AC)
Bangoura Mohamed (CI Kamsar)
Doumbouya Ibrahim Sory (Wakriya AC de Boke)
Camara Abdoulaye Naby (CI Kamsar)
Traore Mohamed Kalil (CI Kamsar)
Camara Mohamed (AAGBS)
Mouste Jean (Hafia FC)
Kante ory (AS Kaloum)
Sylla Moriaye (Horoya AC)
Conde Moussa (CI Kamsar)
Camara Ismael (Wakriya AC de Boke)
Coumbassa Mohamed (Santora de Conakry)
Keita Karifaia (Elephant de Coleah)
Soumah Mohamed Lamine (AS Kaloum)
Bangoura Salia (Elephant de Coleah)
Camara Moriaye (Loubha FC de Telimele)
Sow Alpha Oumar (AAGBS)
Haba Boniface (Horoya AC)
Barry Yakhouba (Horoya AC)
Bangoura Momadouba (AS Kaloum)
Yansane Sekou Oumar (Wakriya AC de Boke)
Camara Ibrahim Sory (Fello Star de Labe)
Kantabadouno Victor (Wakriya AC de Boke)
Camara Ousmane (Hafia FC)
It should be noted that Guinea is expected to leave Casablanca on January 13 straight to Cameroon for the Africa Nations Championship. Guinea will play most of its games at the Limbe Omnisport Stadium but for the last group game that they will play at the Bepanda stadium. Guinea’s opening game comes up January 17 and that will be against Namibia.
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