Spanish Segunda side, FC Andorra has confirmed that Mustapha Bundu is the first player in their club that has received an official invite for international duties to represent his country in the AFCON qualifiers against Sao Tome and Principe.
In a statement published on the club’s website, they are extremely excited to see such development for one of the foreign players in their squad being invited to represent his country.
“Mustapha Bundu has been called up for the Sierra Leone national team to play two qualifying matches for the Africa Cup at the end of March and in doing so will make history at FC Andorra by becoming the first tricolor footballer to be called up by an absolute foreign selection”, the club noted.
Bundu, who arrived in the Principality last summer from Belgian side Anderlecht, has been a regular in his country’s national team since his debut in 2019.
The forward took part in the last Africa Cup of Nations as a starter in the three games that the Sierra Leonean team played in the group stage and will now repeat the call for the double qualifying duel against São Tomé and Príncipe on March 22 and 26 in Agadir, Morocco.
Due to his international duties, he will miss the match of the tricolor team in Eibar corresponding to the 33rd day of LaLiga Smartbank.
Fc Andorra is a professional Spanish club that is currently competing in the Segunda Division which is the second tier of the Spanish league system.