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Tunisia unveil 27-man squad to face Sierra Leone

Oct 3, 2012 14:30:00Africa
The Eagles of Carthage coach has named his players called up to confront the Leone Stars on October 13 in the second leg of the 2013 Afcon final qualifying round

Tunisia coach Sami Trabelsi on Tuesday published a list of 27 players to take part in the final qualifying game for the 2013 Africa Cup Nations against Sierra Leone in the North African nation’s city of Monastir on October 13.

Atletico Madrid’s winger Abdelkader Oueslati and Fakhreddine Ben Youssef will be making their debut with the Tunisian national team, while Khaled Souissi and Zouhaier Dhaouadi, respectively of French Ligue 1 sides Arles-Avignon and Evian, are returning from a long injury layoff.

The Tunisians held their hosts to a 2-2 draw in the first leg played on September 8 in Freetown.

Squad

 Name Club
 Goalkeepers: 
 Moez Ben Cherifia  Esperance
 Zied Jebali Marsa
 Aymen Mathlouthi ES Sahel
 Farouk Ben Mustapha  CA Bizertin
 Defenders: 
 Aymen Abdennour Toulouse
 Rami Bedoui ES Sahel
 Aymen Belaid ES Sahel
 Anis Boussaidi Tavria Simferopol
 Khalil Chammam Esperance
 Chamseddine Dhaouadi ES Sahel
 Fateh Gharbi Sfaxien
 Walid Hicheri Esperance
 Khaled Souissi Club Africain
 Midfielders: 
 Oussama Darragi FC Sion
 Chadi Hammami Kuwait SC
 Anis Ben Hatira Hertha Berlin
 Khaled Mouelhi Esperance
 Majdi Traoui Esperance
 Abdelkader Oueslati Atletico Madrid
 Jamel Saihi Montpellier
 Wissem Ben Yahia Mersin
 Forwards: 
 Zouhaier Dhaouadi Evian
 Hamdi Harbaoui Lokeren
 Issam Jemaa Kuwait SC
 Saber Khelifa Evian
 Youssef Msakni Esperance
 Fakhreddine Ben Youssef Sfaxien

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