Sierra Leone safely secured a play-off spot in the quarter-final of the African Advisory Council of Bronx, (AACB) 2013 fourth annual Bronx Week African Nations Tournament in New York Sunday after a lackluster goalless draw with South Africa.   (Photo: team Salone)

Gliyoh Moses – Sierra Leone’s acting team president and coordinator said Sierra Leone could have crushed South Africa’s Vuvuzela Boys into smithereens if it wasn’t for the suspension of four of his players including 3 defenders: Daniel Priddy, Mohamed Sesay, Alhassan Gbla and goalkeeper James Kargbo.  Eventually, officials allowed Kargbo to play in the game against South Africa after Moses said he pleaded with tournament officials that his team did not have a substitute goalkeeper.