Mohammed opens door for Lone star call- up
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Mohammad Sangare ( Newcastle U23)
Mohammad Sangare ( Newcastle U23)









The international saga of Liberia –born British player, Mohammed Sangare is up to the Liberia Football Association, after the New Castle United Wonder kid told Liberian players outside that he would accept a called to the Lone Star if granted an invitation.

The midfielder, who plays for New castle United U23 side in the Premier League two, is desperate for a call- up to the Liberia National Team.

The player born in Monrovia but move England at the Age of 14’’ is eager to represent his land of birth, despite being chase by the English.

Mohammed Sangare, 19 has represented the three lions at youth leveled and would further be tempted to switch his Nationality to the Senior Men England National Team.

“His huge form last season for The Magpies reserved has caught the attention of Newcastle United manager Rafa Benitez who has labeled praises on the teenager, and that would path a way for possible promotion for the Newcastle first team this season.

Already Newcastle United fans in the Tavern are looking forward to next campaign as Rafa Benitez may be able to lead them to a European place after showing signs of promise last season.

The toon fans have already started calling on Coach Rafa Benitez to promote, some of the club promising talent to the first team.

 As they struggled to ensure consistency, with many of the club local northerners Supporters wanting to see a number of changes made this summer.

And several of the club fans may want Rafa Benitez to bring a few youngsters up through the ranks next season, as the Sports Direct mogul hasn’t exactly been generous with transfer funds in recent transfer windows. Although, this won’t be too much of a problem for Newcastle United as they have a number of promising young players in their youth ranks, so this is definitely something that supporters can be excited about.

Liberian Midfielder Mohammed Sangare, who plays for the club U23 Side, and Promising goalkeeper Freddie Woodman. Could be a possible addition to the senior team.

It’s not something I’m really working on, but it would, of course, be great, “to have an international cap he told insight Newspaper.

“The three Lions (England) are far too ambitious. After all, every player wants the highest possible, which is too played for their country. You cannot come higher than a footballer. “Until you play for your country he continued.

“You always aim to play international as a footballer but the English team will be a difficult story for me.”

To play for Liberia in the Qualifier is great, of course, there are a lot of good footballers in Liberia, but it seems to me that I will get a chance there rather than in England, although I do not really take it into account.

Sangare plays primarily as a defensive midfielder. He joined Newcastle reserved at the age of “14”, from where he started his career as a youth prospect.

If he is to be considered for selection, Sangare will face stiff opposition in the Lone Star’ midfield.

As things stand, Al-Ansar Theo weeks is the preferred executioner in the defensive midfield position. Further, in the midfield, Oscar Dorley of Slovan Liberec (Czech Republic) has also begun to stamp his authority in a role that will prove instrumental to the Liberia’ chances in the Qualifier.

Meanwhile the Lone Star have already begun preparing for their independent day Jamboree match against Sierra Leone and that of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations Qualifier vs. DR.Congo on September 9, in Monrovia.

 

 
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