Sierra Leone match-fixing investigations: Goalkeeper Caulker unhappy
Published On : 2017-06-19 08:13:32
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BBC sport reports that former Sierra Leone first-choice goalkeeper Christian Caulker says he is unhappy he has been suspended from international football for almost three years without any investigation.
Caulker, who plays for USA third tier league side IFK Maryland, was among 15 players and officials suspended indefinitely by the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) over allegations of match-fixing in July 2014.
All the players and officials denied any wrong doing and the SLFA promised at that time to investigate the allegations.
"It's three years now since we've been suspended and nobody at the SLFA is saying anything to us," the 28-year old Caulker told BBC Sport.

"This is frustrating for the four of us as it has impacted negatively in our careers. 

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