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Sierra Leone legend Mamadu Alphajor Bah dies in car crash
Former Sierra Leone player Mamadu Alphajor Bah died in a car accident on Wednesday in Freetown.
The 39-year-old was pronounced dead after he was taken to the hospital after a truck coming from the opposite direction hit his car causing him excessive bleeding.
Sierra Leone legend Mohamed Kallon expressed his sorrow to BBC Sport saying: “I am still in shock and deeply saddened by the loss of our friend, brother and father Mamadu Alphajor Bah.
“He was an outstanding footballer, a great team-mate, very committed and hard working, always fun to be around.
“It’s a big loss and we’ll surely miss him.”
Bah scored 12 goals in 35 appearances throughout his eight-year international career. He also played for many clubs in Europe and Asia before finally hanging his boots in 2012.