Former Premier League defender Curtis Davies, currently plying his trade with Cheltenham FC in League One, the third tier of the English football league system, has made his debut appearance for the Sierra Leone National team, affectionately known as the “Leone Stars.

The 38-year-old footballer, renowned for his time with English clubs like Leicester City, West Brom, and Hull City, shared his joyous experience on social media.

Davies described his recent adventure in Morocco, indicating that it had come to an end. During his stay, he had the opportunity to bond with his fellow Sierra Leonean teammates, referring to them as his “Salone Brothers.” His enthusiasm was palpable as he expressed pride in making his first-ever appearance for Sierra Leone.

The highlight of his debut was not only being on the pitch but also achieving a remarkable victory while keeping a clean sheet. The Leone Stars secured a win in the friendly match against Somalia, which undoubtedly boosted Davies’ confidence and thrilled Sierra Leonean football enthusiasts.

My Moroccan adventure has come to an end. Enjoyed my week getting to know my Salone Brothers. Proud to have made my first appearance for Sierra Leone and even better to have a win and a clean sheet. Hopefully, more to come”โ€ฆ

With his international debut behind him, Curtis Davies looks forward to more opportunities to represent Sierra Leone on the international stage. His inclusion in the national team, especially as a seasoned defender, adds depth and experience to the squad.

Davies received his first international call-up for Sierra Leone, setting the stage for future international endeavors. He was called up to participate in friendlies against Benin and Somalia, marking the beginning of a new chapter in his football career and a significant moment for Sierra Leone’s national team.

The fans eagerly await more stellar performances from this veteran defender on the international stage.