Leroy Rosenior appointed Sierra Leone boss

Ollie Irish

24th, May 2007

Rosenior.jpgIt’s been a busy week for Leroy Rosenior. The former Fulham and West Ham player has found employment with the Sierra Leone just days after breaking the record for the fastest ever managerial sacking. Rosenior was sacked just 10 minutes into his reign at Torquay United after an unexpected takeover at the club.
But the 43-year-old has bounced back and will take charge of Sierra Leone’s next two matches. Rosenior, who has one cap for the African nation, will take charge of the African Nations Cup qualifiers against Togo and Mali.

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