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Coach Didier Six calls 25 players – Guinness News ©

Coach Didier Six calls 25 players - Guinness News ©

The French coach of the Silly National, Didier Six, has revealed the list of 25 players scheduled to play the next three matches in the qualifying stages of the 2022 World Cup. Some players are making their comebacks like Simon Follett, Jose Martinez Conto.

In accordance with the decision of FIFA and CAF to relocate Group I (Guinea, Sudan, Morocco, Guinea-Bissau) conferences to Morocco. Siley will play Sudan on Wednesday, October 6 at 5 pm Moroccan time, meaning the third day will be played at 4 pm in Conakry, instead of Khartoum (Sudan) at Marrakesh Stadium. And the fourth day countdown to the Guinea-Sudan Return Round will take place on October 9 at 1pm at GMT, Agadir Stadium.

The duel with the Atlas Lions will also be played in Morocco. The first leg match, which was postponed to September 6 in Konakri after the September 5 uprising, will finally be played on Tuesday, October 12, 2021 at 7pm at the “Prince Moule Abdullah” Sports Complex in Rabat at GMT.

Here is a list of 30 players called up


Ali Krishna (Oyster Sands / Sweden), Moussa Kamara (Horoya AC / Guinea), Mohamed Kamara (ASK / Guinea)


Abdulay Sisse (Kokelispor / Turkey), Ibrahim Sori Konto (Neort / France), Pa Conte (Batov Plovdiv / Bulgaria), Isiaga Silla (Toulouse / France), Mohamed Ali Kamara (Young Boys / S / S) ), Mohamed Khalil Toror (Hapoel Tel-Aviv / Israel), Simon Follett (Hatoyspore / Turkey), Florentine Pogba (Sochas / France)


Cantos Smane (Paris FC / France), Nabi Kaita (Liverpool / England), Amadou Diwara (AS Roma / Italy), Maddie Camara (Olipiacos / Greece), Morley Zilla (Horoa AC / Guinea), Agibou Camara (Olipho) .

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Ahmed Mendis Moreira (Excelsior / Netherlands), Franకోois Kamano (Locomotive Moscow / Russia), Momo Ansana (Sheriff Tiraspo / Moldavia), Jose Martinez Canto (Kairat Almaty / Kazakhstan), Mohammed