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Five U20 Players Selected in The Olympic Team to Play the African Games

Dakar, Senegal (MAT)-Five players of the Senegalese national team under-23 are semi-finalists of the Under-20 World Cup , were selected in ” Olympic Team” to play two preparation matches against Algeria perspective of African Games host by Brazzaville (Congo) in September.

These five are players are Moussa Wagué (Aspire), Moussa Kone (Dakar Sacred Coeur), Rémi Nassalan (Ndangane Foot)  Sarr Sidy and Ibrahima Wadji (Mbour PC), said a statement from the Senegalese Football Federation (FSF).

Friendly matches against the selection of under 23 of Algeria are planned on 7 and 11 July and 22 players were selected.

Besides the U20 players, Serigne Saliou Dia called six expatriates: Niasse Babacar (Eupen, Belgium) and Badara Badji (Zagreb, Croatia) have evolved into national selections.

Here are the 22 selected that start their internship on Wednesday 1 July.

Pape Seydou Ndiaye (NGB), Babacar Niasse (Eupen, Belgium), Oumar Diakite (Olhanense, Portugal), Daouda Diop (Stade de Mbour), Moussa Wague (Aspire), Pape Djibril Diaw (PAD), Adama Mbengue (Galaxy Foot) Nestor and Sylvain Mendy, Pamipi Badji (AS Douanes) Ablaye Yare Fall (AEK Athens), and Sidy Sarr, Ibrahima Wadji (Mbour PC), Rémi Nassalan (Ndangane FC), Mouhamed Gueye (FC Fredrikstad, Norway), Badara Badji (Dynamo Zagreb), Siny Diagne (USO), Moussa Kone (DSC), Pape Serigne Sall (US Goree) Fallou Galass Wade (Atletico Madrid), Arial Mendy (Diambars) Bakhao Sall Mané (UCR) Alkaya Mansaly (Generation Foot).

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