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Sierra Leone’s Defender, David Simbo Joins India Neroca FC

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Sierra Leone’s Defender, David Simbo Joins India Neroca FC


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Sierra Leone’s Defender, David Simbo Joins  India NerocaFC.

Sierra Leone’s defender, David Simbo has joined India NerocaFC. The 32-year-old last played for GokulamKeralaFC in the South Asia country.

Let’s welcome our latest addition to the family. l”.

David Simbo has officially been unveiled to join the NerocaFC

Born in Freetown, Simbo started his career playing for Mighty Blackpool in his home country. In 2009, he went to Norway to play for third-tier side Raufoss. While at the Norwegian club, he sought political asylum in the country using the name Mohamed Sesay. After his successful first season in Norway, he was signed by second-tier club Sogndal; however, because his asylum request was denied due to him using two different names, he was unable to return to Norway to play for them.

Simbo returned to Sierra Leone to play for Mighty Blackpool. In 2011, he went on loan to Swedish third-tier club Motala for the first half of the season, and then Allsvenskan club Trelleborg for the second half of the season.

He spent the 2012 season with Boden.

In 2013, he signed for Sandviken.

He signed for Saudi club Najran SC in July 2015.[8] He then played for Krumkachy Minsk.

He later played in Turkey for Yeni Amasyaspor,and Kurtuluşspor.He spent the 2018–19 season with Adana Kiremithanespor.

He then played for Iraqi club Al-Zawraa. In September 2019, he moved to North Cyprus to play for Baf Ulku Yurdu FC.

In February 2022, Simbo moved to India after signing with I-League defending champions Gokulam Kerala.

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