Former midfielder for Israeli top-tier side, Hapoel Haifa, Kwame Quee has been spotted training with the Leone Stars Homebase team.

The Homebase team is made up of over 30 local players from Sierra Leone Premier League clubs. The Sierra Leone National Team Head Coach, John Keister will have to select some of the players and blend them with players outside Sierra Leone ahead of their double encounter with Sao Tome and Principe this March.

Some sports analysts believe that Quee, who is a regular in Keister’s team, was training with the team to gain match fitness ahead of the double tie.

The midfielder is currently without a club after his contract was terminated by mutual agreement in February this year.

The 26-year-old was part of Sierra Leone’s team at the 2021 African Cup of Nations (AfCON) Tournament in Cameroon and was among the players that played a key role secure Leone Stars’ qualification after opening the scoresheet against Nigeria in the memorable comeback.

Quee started his career at a local club, FC Johansen before moving to Iceland and having a successful spell with Vikingur Reykjavik.

The midfielder also had a successful spell at Najran in the Saudi Arabian league scoring five goals in just 11 appearances.

Quee has 29 caps for Leone Stars scoring five in the process.