Davies delighted with Leone Stars call-up
By Magdalene Konneh
Cheltenham Town FC defender, Curtis Eugene Davies has expressed delight for being allowed to play for his father’s land.
“I’m delighted to formally announce that I will be joining the Sierra Leone national team for their upcoming friendlies”.
“I thought the opportunity to represent the country of my father’s birth had passed but I feel very proud and humbled to have received the call”‘ the Cheltenham center-back noted.
Davies added: “It will be a proud moment for me to pull on the shirt of The Leone Stars and make my family in Sierra Leone proud but most of all my dad”.
“He did everything in his power to give me the best chance to become a footballer, so I dedicate this all to him. Looking forward to getting going”.
38-year-old Davies had a spell at Lynton Town, West Bromwich Albion, Aston Villa, Leicester City, Birmingham City, Hull City, Derby County, and now Cheltenham Town in the English League One.