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Thursday, 22 May 2014
BLACK SOCIAL HISTORY : AFRO-SIERRA LEONEAN " SIDNEY KARGBO " IS A SIERRA LEONEAN INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALLER FOR AZERBAIJANI SIDE KAPAZ PFC : GOES INTO THE " HALL OF BLACK GENIUS "
BLACK SOCIAL HISTORY Sidney Kargbo (born 1 July 1986 in Freetown) is a Sierra Leonean international footballer for Azerbaijani side Kapaz PFC. He is the younger brother of the Sierra Leone national football team captain Ibrahim Kargbo.
Kargbo was born and raised in the east end of Freetown, Sierra Leone to Temne parents.
He bagan his football career with East End Lions in the Sierra Leone National Premier League. Kargbo is commonly know in Sierra Leone by his nickname Pablo Cham, his former teams are Sierra Rangers, Sporting Charleroi in 2003-2004 sydney was voted best youth player by the sporting charleroi fans and joined 2005 to FC Brussels after 42 games in two year was released from FC Brussels. In November 2008 signed for FC Inter Turku played only one Liigacup match and joined than two months later to K.V. Red Star Waasland.
Kargbo plays for the Leone's Star, Sierra Leone senior soccer team. Kargbo made his international debut for Sierra Leone against Mali on September 5, 2006 in Freetown. Since his debut he has been a regular in the Sierra Leone national team.
His older brother is Sierra Leonean international defender Ibrahim Kargbo who currently plays for Willem II in the Dutch Eredivisie. Sidney along with his brother Ibrahim Kargbo are the first brothers to play for the Leone Stars (Sierra Leone national team) since the three Kallon brothers (Mohamed Kallon, Kemokai Kallon, Musa Kallon and Kevin Kargbo.